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CONTENTS THE TAFE NSW ADVANTAGE

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DISCOVER YOUR TAFE NSW 3 TAFE NSW FACTS

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PATHWAYS TO SUCCESS 5 STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES

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CAREER AREAS: ABORIGINAL EDUCATION A GRICULTURE, HORTICULTURE, ANIMAL CARE AND THE ENVIRONMENT ARTS, FASHION, DESIGN AND DIGITAL MEDIA AUTOMOTIVE TRADES AND SERVICES AVIATION AND MARITIME BUILDING, CONSTRUCTION AND PROPERTY BUSINESS AND FINANCE COMMUNITY SERVICES ENGINEERING AND ELECTROTECHNOLOGY HAIRDRESSING AND BEAUTY HEALTH AND FITNESS INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY LIBRARY AND INFORMATION SERVICES LOGISTICS AND WAREHOUSING TOURISM, HOSPITALITY AND EVENTS PREPARATION FOR WORK AND FURTHER STUDY CAREER INDEX

TAFE NSW respectfully acknowledges the traditional custodians of the Country on which we learn and work together, and commits to building relationships, respect and opportunities with Aboriginal Peoples.

TAFENSW.EDU.AU

This online edition of the TAFE NSW Career Guide provides an outline of our courses, programs and services. Courses and course delivery are always being fine-tuned, updated and developed. Visit TAFENSW.EDU.AU or call 131 601 for the latest.

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THE TAFE NSW ADVANTAGE WHY CHOOSE US?

This Career Guide gives you a slice of what TAFE NSW has to offer. To get the full story, visit your local TAFE NSW or go online at TAFENSW.EDU.AU

GET THE JOB YOU WANT With our diverse range of courses, strong industry connections and approaches to learning that suit all needs, we will help you get the job you want. YOU COME FIRST

YOUR CAREER IS OUR CAREER

TAFE NSW has been evolving and adapting to the community’s training and education needs for over 130 years. We exist to create stand-out learner experiences and provide quality and personalised services to allow you to achieve your goals.

Our ambition is to respond to you and your career goals. With hundreds of partner organisations, and relationships with over 25,000 employers, we offer up-to-date industry insights and prime networking opportunities to help you develop relationships with industry. You will also discover an invaluable professional network among your teachers and fellow students.

YOU ARE AN INDIVIDUAL You’re never just a number at TAFE NSW. Our small class sizes, student services and social facilities create an incredibly strong support network. We will always ensure you receive expert support in your area of interest. REAL WORKING ENVIRONMENTS We partner with employers to provide mentorships, internships, work placements and real career opportunities. Whatever your course, you will develop current, practical skills through both real and simulated work environments.

LEADING THE WAY Our teachers are experts. They have worked in their industry and are passionate about their field. We know they are the best at what they do, because that’s what our graduates tell us. Teachers combine their expertise with a friendly, relaxed and supportive approach, so you can enjoy a comprehensive learning experience.

6 REASONS TO CHOOSE TAFE NSW ■■ BE JOB READY Gain practical skills and work experience. ■■ BE EMPLOYED We have over 25,000 employer connections. ■■ BE SMART WITH YOUR MONEY Take advantage of our affordable courses subsidised by government funding (subject to eligibility). ■■ BE IN CONTROL Study when it suits you: online, at one of our 130 NSW locations, or in the workplace. ■■ BE CONNECTED We offer direct pathways to university and further study. ■■ BE WHATEVER YOU WANT TO BE Choose from over 1,200 courses, certificates and degrees.

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DISCOVER YOUR TAFE NSW SAFE PLACES FOR LEARNING AND GROWTH You will find vibrant study spaces as well as places and opportunities to network, socialise and just chill out. These include cafés, gyms, bookshops, galleries and exhibition spaces, as well as areas for student bands, barbeques and theatre performances. You may even get discounts in our student training restaurants, hair and beauty salons and massage clinics.

Find out what’s happening at TAFE NSW on Facebook

STUDENT ASSOCIATION Make friends and find support as a member of a TAFE NSW Student Association. You may receive fantastic benefits including access to employment services, discounts on textbooks, cinema tickets, parking, photocopying and printing. You will also find special offers at local restaurants and retailers. Membership is open to all TAFE NSW students and staff. Visit a TAFE NSW Student Association to join.

DELIVERING COURSES ACROSS

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CAREER AREAS THROUGH A NETWORK OF LOCATIONS + TAFE DIGITAL

LIBRARIES Gain access to our state-wide network of libraries. Professional library staff are available for one-on-one help with your assignment requirements, including research, referencing and bibliography creation. You will also have access to free wi-fi, computers and software, individual and group study areas, and photocopying and printing services. ONLINE 24/7

GET YOURSELF ONLINE Jump online for the latest courses and details on how we can help you. TAFENSW.EDU.AU

Our online libraries are available to TAFE NSW students 24/7. Simply login to access: everything from journals to tutorials to ‘ask a librarian’.

CHILDCARE CENTRES Excellent childcare facilities are provided at some TAFE NSW locations. Places may be available for children under the age of six. TAFE NSW CAREER GUIDE 2018

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BE THE FUTURE BE DEGREE-QUALIFIED TAFE NSW courses are focused on skills for the real world. With a wide range of degrees and higher education courses, the future’s looking unreal.

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PATHWAYS TO SUCCESS CAREER-FOCUSED TAFE NSW DEGREES

TRAINEESHIPS & APPRENTICESHIPS

TAFE NSW degrees are developed in consultation with employers so you have the skills and knowledge you need for tomorrow’s world. In environments that mirror real-world and industry practices, you will acquire and apply current knowledge in a professional context.

Apprenticeships and traineeships allow you to combine on-the-job training with structured study and skills development at TAFE NSW. You learn and work towards a nationally recognised qualification while employed in the industry.

REAL-WORLD EXPERIENCE – career-focused and practical, our degrees include internships and work placements to enhance your employability.

Apprenticeships and traineeships are available at certificate levels across more than 500 occupations and range from traditional trades to sectors such as Business Administration and Real Estate. They are flexible and can be full-time, part-time or school-based.

MAKE CONNECTIONS – get a head start with our strong industry ties and job placement solutions. NO ATAR – apply for entry based on your previous studies and experience, and enjoy our small class sizes, allowing individual attention and group support.

We also offer a range of pre-apprenticeship and pretraineeship courses to provide you with an introduction to the industry, along with basic skills and experience that will boost your career.

Find out more about studying a TAFE NSW degree at tafensw.edu.au/degrees

Find out more about getting your career started at tafensw.edu.au/careers

TAFE AT SCHOOL

UNI AND TAFE NSW

The TAFE-delivered Vocational Education and Training program (TVET) allows Year 11 and 12 students to complete practical, work-related units from TAFE NSW courses as part of their Higher School Certificate (HSC). TVET studies may include a part-time School-Based Apprenticeship and Traineeship (SBAT).

While you might choose to study a TAFE NSW degree, there is also a range of university pathway options available to you. We can also help you work towards achieving the academic entry requirements for your course and prepare you for university.

You can gain credit towards a qualification recognised by employers and vocational education and training providers everywhere.

BE IN THE KNOW Jump online for the latest courses and details on how we can help you at TAFENSW.EDU.AU

TAFE DIGITAL TAFE Digital is the largest off-campus and online learning education provider in Australia. As part of TAFE NSW, we offer flexible online study options to nearly 100,000 students in over 200 courses. Organisations and companies trust our highquality training and employ our graduates. Our courses utilise the latest technology and are facilitated by dedicated, industryexperienced teachers who will support you in your learning journey. Go online to start studying whenever it suits you. For more information on online study options visit tafedigital.edu.au

If you are a current university student, we also offer flexible study options to help you gain the practical skills and experience that will help you get your dream job.

Find out more about TVET programs online at tafensw.edu.au/tvet TAFE NSW CAREER GUIDE 2018

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PATHWAYS TO SUCCESS

TAFE NSW pathways are great ways to meet entry requirements and fast-track your career. Your pathway will depend on your skills and experience and, of course, your career goals. Explore the most popular entry points here and start planning your future.

TAFE NSW FOR SCHOOLS: TVET PRE-TRAINEESHIP

TRAINEESHIP

PRE-APPRENTICESHIP

APPRENTICESHIP

Earn money while studying and learn practical skills specific to a trade.

CERTIFICATE I

Basic skills to get into the workforce or try out a new profession or trade.

CERTIFICATE II

Build on introductory skills to perform tasks under supervision in the workplace.

CERTIFICATE III

Understand theory and develop technical skills to work without supervision.

SKILL SET/STATEMENT OF ATTAINMENT

Training in one or more units from one of the qualifications to the left. The study level will vary depending on the course.

CERTIFICATE IV

Learn to supervise others and gain specialist skills in a profession.

CAREER

WHERE DO YOU WANT TO BE?

Full course list and all details available at TAFENSW.EDU.AU

DIPLOMA

Skills and in-depth knowledge for paraprofessional work, and degree study.

ADVANCED DIPLOMA

Skills and in-depth knowledge for high-level or paraprofessional work, and degree study.

ASSOCIATE DEGREE

Transition into a bachelor degree with credit. Benefit from direct entry and graduate with multiple qualifications.

Technical and theoretical knowledge for highlevel or paraprofessional work, and degree study.

BACHELOR DEGREE

A high level of specialist knowledge about a field or profession for use in senior roles.

GRADUATE CERTIFICATE

For professional, highly skilled work, and a pathway for further learning.

GRADUATE DIPLOMA

For professional, highly skilled work, and a pathway for further learning.

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STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES OUTREACH PROGRAMS SUPPORT FOR ABORIGINAL AND TORRES STRAIT ISLANDER PEOPLE

PERSONAL COUNSELLING

Aboriginal support officers are available to assist Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander learners with enrolment, course selection, employment opportunities, and can arrange study support.

TAFE NSW students are able to meet with a counsellor to discuss any study or personal matters, completely free of charge. Counsellors can also refer you to other legal, health or financial services.

ACCESSIBILITY AND DISABILITY SERVICES

VOCATIONAL COUNSELLING

TAFE NSW provides a range of accessibility and disability support services to assist you with your enrolment and learning, and to make your time at TAFE NSW as rewarding as possible.

Students can seek help from TAFE NSW counsellors with course and career choices, pathways and opportunities, as well as assistance with CV writing, job applications and interview skills.

LEARNING SUPPORT TAFE NSW provides valuable learner support at our ‘drop-in’ or flexible learning centres, in small groups or one-to-one. You may also be able to access online support via YourTutor.

TAFE NSW works with government, non-government and industry partners, to develop and deliver education and training for communities and students who live in remote locations, or are experiencing financial, social or other barriers.

MULTICULTURAL SUPPORT TAFE NSW guides and supports the vocational education and training needs of students from diverse communities. Specialist staff also provide targeted programs to meet the needs of students for whom English is not a first language.

VISA SKILLS ASSESSMENT SERVICE TAFE NSW can assess your skills if you are applying for one of the following Australian visas through the Department of Immigration and Border Protection: ■■ Temporary Migration (457) ■■ Permanent Migration (OSAP)

INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS Coordinators can offer advice, support and referral services to assist you during your studies. They will help you to achieve your education goals to make your time in Australia rewarding and enjoyable.

For more details visit tafensw.edu.au/support

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BE JOB READY EXPLORE TAFE NSW CAREER AREAS TO FIND A COURSE TO YOUR CAREER GOALS

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ABORIGINAL EDUCATION TAFE NSW recognises the importance of identity and connection to country. Knowledge and understanding of Aboriginal cultures, languages and systems have the potential to enhance lives and career opportunities for all Australians. Our training and education can help you reach your goals.

“At TAFE I fitted in. I wasn’t treated as a child, and that helped me. When I finished the course, I had interviews with all companies, and was offered a load of apprenticeships.”

We welcome Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, and support all students to get the most out of education and training while opening up employment opportunities. From music to film to Aboriginal languages and cultures, our courses are taught in small and friendly groups, with personalised support that will make you comfortable.

DYLAN NARSAMMA, INDIGENOUS PRE-APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAM

No matter what your background is, TAFE NSW has courses for people passionate about social justice and human rights, and for people who want to learn more about supporting Aboriginal Australia.

WHY CHOOSE TAFE NSW? Choice of programs. From pre-apprenticeships to degrees, our courses are designed to support your learning needs whatever your skills and experience.

Graduates of TAFE NSW Aboriginal Education programs go on to further study and to embrace fantastic careers across a variety of fields.

Leader in Aboriginal education. TAFE NSW attracts students from across Australia and has specialist, innovative learning facilities designed for and run by Aboriginal people. Opens career doors. Trusted training in a wide range of sectors, from Film and TV to Music to Government to Tourism and more.

AT A GLANCE STUDY AREAS

Specialised learner assistance. We recognise your skills and experience and offer personal support, customised courses and tailored career pathways to help you achieve your dreams. CHOICE OF PROGRAMS

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Promotes positive change. We have a number of courses for people passionate about social justice and human rights and want to learn more about supporting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. TAFE NSW CAREER GUIDE 2018

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COURSES FOR ABORIGINAL PEOPLE

“With my TAFE qualification behind me, I’m going to start university so much further ahead.”

Are you an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander person wanting to further your education and career? TAFE NSW has courses that can give you the tools, practical skills and background knowledge you need

S HAQUILLE ROBINSON (PICTURED), CERTIFICATE IV IN TRAINING AND ASSESSMENT GRADUATE, AND FORMER NSW TRAINING AWARDS ABORIGINAL AND TORRES STRAIT ISLANDER OF THE YEAR WINNER.

to prepare for employment or to progress further in your current job. There are many ways in which our courses can empower you to reach your goals.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

IS IT RIGHT FOR YOU?

COURSES WE OFFER INCLUDE:

§§ Are you an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander person?

§§ Community Services

§§ Business

§§ Education Support

§§ Educationa

§§ Music Performance

§§ Health

§§ Primary Health Care Practice

§§ Police

§§ Do you want to learn with other Aboriginal people? §§ Do you want to build careers skills in an environment where you feel supported and safe?

§§ Screen and Media §§ Police (IPROWD) Training Program §§ Courses to prepare you for an apprenticeship

BASIC SKILLS TO TOPNOTCH CAREERS Certificate III in Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Primary Health Care (HLT30113)

Trainee Aboriginal Health Worker

Certificate IV in Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Primary Health Care Practice (HLT40213)

Aboriginal Health Worker

§§ Construction §§ Film, TV or Theatre §§ Music §§ Tourism

TAFE NSW Bachelor of Business (HE20514) Diploma of Nursing (HLT54115)

Take your career to a higher level. This degree allows you to finetune commerce and management skills to your sector.

Enrolled Nurse

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TAFENSW.EDU.AU is always updated with the latest course information. © TAFE NSW 2017 CRICOS 00591E | HEP PRV12049 | RTOs: 91430, 90004, 90003, 90011, 90008, 90000, 90010, 90002, 90006, 90005, 90001, 90009. Note: Not all courses are available at all TAFE NSW locations.

ABORIGINAL CULTURES AND LANGUAGES Learn about Aboriginal Australia, investigate different ways of looking at the world, and open up career options in every sector you can imagine. Courses can uncover the history and cultural landscape of Aboriginal Australia and examine their impacts on today’s society.

“TAFE NSW has set me up to be successful. You really can be whatever you want to be with TAFE NSW.”

IS IT RIGHT FOR YOU?

COURSES WE OFFER INCLUDE:

§§ Do you enjoy storytelling?

§§ Aboriginal Cultural Education

§§ Are you ethical and creative?

§§ Aboriginal Languages

§§ Do you want to further your education? §§ Are you passionate about social justice and human rights?

§§ Cultural Arts §§ Conservation and Land Management §§ Aboriginal Studies for Professional and Community Practice

BASIC SKILLS TO TOPNOTCH CAREERS Certificate III in Indigenous Land Management (AHC31516)

Indigenous Lands Worker and careers with Traditional Owner Organisations

Certificate IV in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Cultural Arts (CUA40615)

ABORIGINAL EDUCATION

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

TAFE NSW 2017 STUDENT OF THE YEAR ISAIAH DAWE (PICTURED).

§§ Aboriginal Arts Practitioner or Administrator §§ Aboriginal Languages Tutor §§ Government Policy Officer §§ Community Development Worker §§ Aboriginal Sites Officer

TAFE NSW Bachelor of Business (HE20514) Diploma in Aboriginal Studies for Professional and Community Practice (10225NAT)

Career as an artist, including Painter, Jewellery Designer, Textile Artist, Glass Artist

Take your career to a higher level. This degree allows you to finetune commerce and management skills to your sector.

Increase your study options at TAFE NSW or university, and open up opportunities in a huge range of Aboriginal-specific careers

GET ONLINE TAFENSW.EDU.AU is always updated with the latest course information. © TAFE NSW 2017 CRICOS 00591E | HEP PRV12049 | RTOs: 91430, 90004, 90003, 90011, 90008, 90000, 90010, 90002, 90006, 90005, 90001, 90009. Note: Not all courses are available at all TAFE NSW locations.

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ABORIGINAL EDUCATION

TAFE NSW OFFERS OVER 1,200 COURSES, INCLUDING DEGREES. VISIT TAFENSW.EDU.AU FOR THE FULL PICTURE. COURSES FOR ABORIGINAL PEOPLE COURSE

QUALIFICATION CODE

Aboriginal Studies for Professional and Community Practice

Diploma

Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Primary Health Care Practice

Certificate IV

HLT40213

Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Primary Health Care

Certificate III

HLT30113

Vocational and Study Pathways

Certificate III

10586NAT

ALL COURSES ARE FOR YOU No matter what course you choose, we all work together because we want you to succeed. We provide support and advice at every level, from basic to advanced. You may be exempt from paying the student fee. However, there may be course-related costs.

§§ Health and Justice

§§ Aviation

§§ Painting, Ceramics and Arts

§§ Business

§§ Photography and Social Media

§§ Civil Construction and Construction

§§ Sport and Recreation

§§ Dance, Theatre and Events

emPOWER. Electrical Pre-Apprenticeship Program for Aboriginal people between 15 and 25 years.

Aboriginal Studies for Professional and Community Practice

Diploma

10225NAT

Sustainable Indigenous Communities

Diploma

HE20509

Certificate IV

CUA40615

Certificate III

CUA30515

Certificate II

CUA20415

Certificate III

10216NAT

Certificate II

10217NAT

Certificate I

10218NAT

§§ Digital Storytelling, Filming and Video §§ Events, Tourism and Hospitality

Certificate III

AHC32516

Mentoring Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander People

Certificate III

10560NAT

COURSE ALSO DELIVERED ONLINE AT TAFEDIGITAL.EDU.AU

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Courses are always evolving to meet the needs of Aboriginal people, communities and employers. Sometimes we assist you to travel, or we can come to you. Talk to us about these and more:

QUALIFICATION CODE

Aboriginal Sites Work

ENROL TODAY

ABORIGINAL CAREER ADVANCEMENT

COURSE

Aboriginal Languages

We have a huge range of short courses including Statements of Attainment. These are always being developed and updated, and can give you everything from basic foundations to advanced specialised career skills. Explore TAFENSW.EDU.AU or call us on 131 601 for the latest.

10225NAT

ABORIGINAL CULTURES & LANGUAGES

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Cultural Arts

BE SKILLED WITH SHORT COURSES

§§ Community Services and Education §§ Creative Industries

§§ Fire and Rescue §§ Hair and Beauty

§§ Land and Environment §§ Music, Songwriting and Singing

IFARES. A pathway to employment with Fire and Rescue NSW. IPROWD. A pathway to a career in the police. (Certificate III in Vocational and Study Pathways 10586NAT.) JAPEP. A pathway to employment as a correctional officer with NSW Department of Justice.

TAFE NSW CAREER GUIDE 2018 © TAFE NSW 2017 CRICOS 00591E | HEP PRV12049 | RTOs: 91430, 90004, 90003, 90011, 90008, 90000, 90010, 90002, 90006, 90005, 90001, 90009. Note: Not all courses are available at all TAFE NSW locations.

AGRICULTURE, HORTICULTURE, ANIMAL CARE AND THE ENVIRONMENT The consumption of the Earth’s natural resources is at an alltime high. As our world becomes more populated the demand on resources continues to grow it becomes crucial to create liveable, sustainable and economically viable spaces – for people, plants and animals.

JOB OPPORTUNITIES Employment for Agricultural Technicians and Aquaculture, Nursery and Garden workers is expected to

Turn your passion for the natural world into a rewarding career and shape a sustainable future for Australia. TAFE NSW is one of Australia’s largest training providers of agriculture, animal care, land management and horticulture training. Thousands of employers and industry experts choose TAFE NSW for their training each year because we’re passionate about quality, hands-on-training and want to help you reach your career ambitions. There is a huge variety of courses to choose from whether you’re just starting out on your career journey, are looking for the next step up, or want to make an exciting career change.

GROW to the end of 2020.

Source: joboutlook.gov.au

WHY CHOOSE TAFE NSW? Strong industry connections. Established and dynamic employer networks including the RSPCA, the Royal Agricultural Society, Landcare groups, Racing NSW, Aboriginal Land Councils, Australian Wool Exchange, LNA Master Landscapers Association and the Forest Industry Council.

AT A GLANCE STUDY AREAS

Recognised and respected. TAFE NSW has built its reputation on delivering trusted, industry aligned and nationally recognised courses for over 130 years. CHOICE OF PROGRAMS

Agriculture

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Animal Care and Management

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Environmental Studies

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Natural Resources

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State-of-the-art facilities. Indoor and outdoor real-world learning facilities mean you gain the theoretical knowledge and hands-on skills you need to be job-ready. Quality teachers. Experienced in their fields and still connected to industry, our teachers are passionate about delivering a relevant and career-focused education. Opens career doors. Specialist qualifications and work placements lead students into fulltime work – almost 80% of TAFE NSW students are employed after graduation.

TAFE NSW CAREER GUIDE 2018 © TAFE NSW 2017 CRICOS 00591E | HEP PRV12049 | RTOs: 91430, 90004, 90003, 90011, 90008, 90000, 90010, 90002, 90006, 90005, 90001, 90009. Note: Not all courses are available at all TAFE NSW locations.

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AGRICULTURE, HORTICULTURE, ANIMAL CARE AND THE ENVIRONMENT

FULL-TIME WORK

Above 90% Agricultural Technicians have an above average proportion of full-time jobs. Source: joboutlook.gov.au

AGRICULTURE If you have a passion for plants and animals, geology, sustainability and the great outdoors, studying agriculture could be a perfect fit for you. Australia’s agricultural sector continues to grow and break records as demand for Australian produce increases. Ongoing

technological advancement and innovative new products and initiatives mean this sector offers you the chance to make a difference to the environment and to the people of Australia.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

IS IT RIGHT FOR YOU?

COURSES WE OFFER INCLUDE:

§§ Do you enjoy the outdoors?

§§ Aquaculture

§§ Farm Manager

§§ Agriculture

§§ Livestock Farm Manager

§§ Holistic Management

§§ Cropping Farm Manager

§§ Organic Farming

§§ Irrigation Farm manager

§§ Permaculture

§§ Aquaculture Technician

§§ Rural Operations

§§ Agriculture Technician

§§ Do you like working independently? §§ Do you like working with plants and animals? §§ Do you have a passion for sustainable practices?

§§ Agriculture Contractor §§ Woolclasser

BASIC SKILLS TO TOPNOTCH CAREERS Diploma in Permaculture (AHC52116)

Develop and manage a progressive horticulture operation

Diploma in Agriculture (AHC50116)

Station or Production Manager, Agronomist, Farm or Production Manager

TAFE NSW Bachelor of Business (HE20514)

Advanced Diploma in Agribusiness Management (AHC60316)

Take your career to a higher level. This degree allows you to finetune commerce and management skills to your sector.

Manager of an agribusiness enterprise

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HORTICULTURE Are you passionate about the environment and sustainable practices? Do you like getting hands-on, have a green thumb and a love for all things natural? Horticulture is one of the fastest growing industries

in Australia, and this sector plays an important role in delivering economic, social and environmental value. Our courses open doors and offer you a wide range of rural and urban opportunities.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

IS IT RIGHT FOR YOU?

COURSES WE OFFER INCLUDE:

§§ Do you enjoy the outdoors?

§§ Arboriculture

§§ Arborist

§§ Chainsaw Operations

§§ Greenkeeper

§§ Conservation and Land Management

§§ Floriculturist

§§ Do you enjoy physical work? §§ Do you like working independently

§§ Horticulture

§§ Are you passionate about sustainable practices?

§§ Landscape Construction or Design §§ Sports Turf Management §§ Production Horticulture

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§§ Horticulture Manager §§ Irrigation Master Technician §§ Landscape Architect or Designer §§ Plantation, Parks or Gardens Worker §§ Sports Turf Manager

BASIC SKILLS TO TOPNOTCH CAREERS Diploma in Parks and Gardens Management (AHC50716)

Landscape Designer, Parks and Garden Manager, Sports Turf Manager

Diploma in Arboriculture (AHC50516)

Arborist or Tree Preservation Officer

TAFE NSW Bachelor of Business (HE20514) Diploma in Horticulture (AHC50416)

Take your career to a higher level. This degree allows you to finetune commerce and management skills to your sector.

Amenity Horticulture Manager or Supervisor or Landscape Designer

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ANIMAL CARE AND MANAGEMENT Imagine turning your love for animals into a rewarding and satisfying career. It is possible when you study at TAFE NSW. Animal Care and Management courses are ideal if you love our furry and feathered friends and are committed to their wellbeing and health. Choose from courses where you learn to assist with care,

SALARY Animal attendants and trainers on average earn

grooming and nutrition, through to veterinary nursing courses where you learn radiography, pathology and dental procedures. Careers in this sector offer you new challenges and a chance to work in a strong growth industry.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

IS IT RIGHT FOR YOU?

COURSES WE OFFER INCLUDE:

per week.

§§ Do you enjoy working with animals?

§§ Animal Studies

§§ Racehorse Trainer

§§ Companion Animal Services

§§ Pet Groomer

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§§ Are you a team player? §§ Do you have good communication skills?

§§ Racing (Racehorse Trainer)

§§ Are you compassionate?

§§ Veterinary Nursing

$957

§§ Pet Shop, Kennel or Cattery Attendant §§ Veterinary Nurse §§ Wildlife Animal Carer §§ Zookeeper

BASIC SKILLS TO TOPNOTCH CAREERS Certificate III in Captive Animals (ACM30310) or Animal Studies (ACM30110) or Companion Animal Services (ACM30410)

Animal Keeper or Shelter Assistant or, Pet Grooming, Animal Trainer

Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing (ACM40412)

Veterinary Nurse in a veterinary practice

TAFE NSW Bachelor of Business (HE20514) Diploma in Veterinary Nursing (Emergency and Critical Care) (ACM50412)

Take your career to a higher level. This degree allows you to finetune commerce and management skills to your sector.

Veterinary Practice Manager, Animal Facility Manager or Vet Nursing Supervisor

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ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES As society becomes more aware of the importance of living and working sustainably, the demand for environmental expertise rises. Managing, protecting and restoring the natural environment and monitoring the impact of physical and biological changes requires

people who are passionate about change and the wellbeing of the planet. When you study and work in this sector you play an important part in natural area restoration. You can help ensure flora and fauna are protected for generations to come.

IS IT RIGHT FOR YOU?

COURSES WE OFFER INCLUDE:

§§ Do you enjoy the outdoors?

§§ Biological and Environmental Laboratory Testing

§§ Do you enjoy physical work? §§ Are you interested in sustainability? §§ Do you like working with plants and animals?

§§ Environmental Management and Sustainability §§ Indigenous Land Management §§ Waste Management §§ Water Operations

BASIC SKILLS TO TOPNOTCH CAREERS Certificate III in Aboriginal Sites Work (AHC32516)

Certificate IV in Environmental Management and Sustainability (BSB42315)

Culture and Heritage Environmental Officer Environmental Management Officer Assessment Officer, Indigenous Land Manager

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES §§ Environmental Testing Technical Assistant/Officer §§ Environmental Protection Officer §§ Holistic Agribusiness Manager §§ Trade Waste Officer §§ Water Network or Treatment Supervisor §§ Indigenous Land Manager

TAFE NSW Bachelor of Business (HE20514) Diploma in Holistic Management Sustainable Rural Lands, Business and Communities (10219NAT)

Take your career to a higher level. This degree allows you to finetune commerce and management skills to your sector.

Holistic Farm, Agribusiness or Land Manager

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NATURAL RESOURCES Are you passionate about the environment and sustainable agricultural practices? Careers in the natural resource management industry are varied and exciting with options to enter forestry, environmental and land management or conservation. At TAFE NSW, we offer qualifications and short courses in a range

of environmental areas to suit every kind of nature lover. If you’re passionate about working to ensure the sustainability of Australia’s agricultural land, let us help you get upskilled in the hands-on, rewarding natural resource management industry today.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

IS IT RIGHT FOR YOU?

COURSES WE OFFER INCLUDE:

§§ Do you enjoy the outdoors?

§§ Conservation and Land Management

§§ Community Coordinator (Conservation)

§§ Do you enjoy physical work?

§§ Natural Area Restoration

§§ Sawmill Manager

§§ Forest Growing and Management

§§ Harvesting Supervisor

§§ Do you like working independently? §§ Do you have a passion for sustainable practices?

§§ Forest Operations §§ Surface Coal Mining

BASIC SKILLS TO TOPNOTCH CAREERS Certificate III in Conservation and Land Management (AHC31416)

Certificate IV in Conservation and Land Management (AHC40916)

Bushland Regeneration, Land and Property Management

Conservation or Land Management Specialist

§§ Mining §§ Land Management Worker §§ Conservation Worker

TAFE NSW Bachelor of Business (HE20514) Diploma of Conservation and Land Management (AHC51116)

Take your career to a higher level. This degree allows you to finetune commerce and management skills to your sector.

Ecological Consultant, Land Management Specialist with National Parks and Wildlife Service

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TAFE NSW OFFERS OVER 1,200 COURSES, INCLUDING DEGREES. VISIT TAFENSW.EDU.AU FOR THE FULL PICTURE. AGRICULTURE

HORTICULTURE

COURSE

QUALIFICATION

CODE

Agribusiness Management

Advanced Diploma

AHC60316

Diploma

AHC51416

Diploma

AHC50116

Certificate IV

AHC40116

Certificate III

AHC30116

Certificate II

AHC20116

Diploma

AHC52116

Certificate IV

AHC42116

Agribusiness

Certificate IV

AHC41016

Organic Farming

Certificate IV

AHC41616

Wool Classing

Certificate IV

AHC41316

Agriculture

Permaculture

Agricultural Mechanical Technology Agriculture (Dairy Production) Aquaculture Feedlot Operations

Certificate III

AUR30416

Certificate III

AHC30216

Certificate III

SFI30111

Certificate II

SFI20111

Certificate III

AHC33316

COURSE

COURSE

QUALIFICATION CODE

Diploma

AHC50516

Certificate III

AHC30816

Wine Industry Operations (Cellar Operations)

Certificate III

FDF30411

Certificate II

AHC20516

Certificate III

FDF30411

Diploma

AHC50416

Wine Industry Operations (Laboratory)

Certificate IV

AHC40416

Certificate III

FDF30411

Certificate III

AHC30716

Wine Industry Operations (Wine Grape Growing)

Certificate II

AHC20416

Landscaping

Certificate II

AHC21616

Landscape Design

Diploma

AHC50616

ANIMAL CARE AND MANAGEMENT

Parks and Gardens Management

Diploma

AHC50716

COURSE

QUALIFICATION

CODE

Certificate III

AHC31016

Horse Industry Management (Performance Horse)

Diploma

10230NAT

Certificate II

AHC20616

Diploma

AHC51016

Diploma

ACM50412

Certificate IV

AHC40816

Veterinary Nursing (Emergency and Critical Care)

Certificate III

AHC31316

Certificate IV

ACM40310

Certificate IV

AHC40316

Certificate III

AHC30616

Certificate II

AHC20316

Arboriculture (Climbing)

Certificate III

AHC30816

Irrigation

Certificate III

AHC32416

Landscape Construction

Certificate III

AHC30916

Certificate III

AHC31116

Certificate II

AHC20716

Certificate III

AHC31216

Certificate III

FDF30411

Certificate II

FDF20411

Certificate III

FDF30411

Arboriculture

Horticulture

Parks and Gardens

Sports Turf Management

Production Horticulture

Certificate III

Feedlot Operations (Pen Riding)

Certificate III

Pork Production

Certificate III

AHC30416

Wool Clip Preparation

Certificate III

AHC33016

Retail Nursery

Seafood Industry (Sales and Distribution)

Certificate III

SFI30611

Wine Industry Operations

Certificate III

AHC32916

Certificate II

AHC21316

Wine Industry Operations (Bottling and Packaging)

Rural Operations

Certificate II

AHC21216

Wool Handling

Certificate II

AHC21416

AHC33316 AHC33316

HORTICULTURE QUALIFICATION CODE

Feedlot Operations (Feeding and Milling)

Shearing

AGRICULTURE, HORTICULTURE, ANIMAL CARE AND THE ENVIRONMENT

Production Nursery

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Companion Animal Services

Certificate III

ACM30410

Racing (Jockey)

Certificate IV

RGR40208

Racing (Racehorse Trainer)

Certificate IV

RGR40108

Veterinary Nursing

Certificate IV

ACM40412

Certificate III

ACM30110

Certificate II

ACM20110

Animal Studies

Certificate I

ACM10110

Captive Animals

Certificate III

ACM30310

Farriery

Certificate III

ACM30510

Horse Industry Practice (Performance Horse)

Certificate III

10229NAT

Pet Grooming

Certificate III

ACM30612

Racing (Advanced Stablehand)

Certificate III

RGR30208

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TAFE NSW OFFERS OVER 1,200 COURSES, INCLUDING DEGREES. VISIT TAFENSW.EDU.AU FOR THE FULL PICTURE. ANIMAL CARE AND MANAGEMENT

ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES

COURSE

QUALIFICATION

CODE

COURSE

Racing (Trackrider)

Certificate III

RGR30108

Racing Services (Cadet Steward)

Certificate III

RGR30408

Water Industry Operations (Trade waste)

Certificate III

RGR30308

Racing Services (Track Maintenance)

Certificate III

RGR30508

Racing (Stablehand)

Certificate II

RGR20108

ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES COURSE

QUALIFICATION

CODE

COURSE

QUALIFICATION

CODE

Sawdoctoring

Certificate III

FWP30716

Certificate III

FWP30316

Certificate II

FWP20316

Certificate II

FWP20116

Certificate IV

NWP40615

Sawmilling and Processing

Certificate III

NWP30315

Water Industry Treatment (Drinking Water)

Certificate IV

NWP40615

Forest Growing and Management

Certificate III

NWP30315

Water Industry Treatment (Wastewater)

Certificate IV

NWP40615

Certificate III

NWP30315

Aboriginal Sites Work

Certificate III

AHC32516

Laboratory Skills

Certificate III

MSL30116

Waste Management

Certificate III

CPP30711

Certificate III

NWP30215

QUALIFICATION

CODE

Diploma

AHC51116

Certificate IV

AHC40916

Certificate III

AHC31416

Certificate II

AHC21016

Forest and Forest Products

Diploma

FWP50116

Forest Operations

Certificate IV

FWP40116

Harvesting and Haulage

Certificate III

FWP30216

Natural Area Restoration

Certificate III

AHC31716

Diploma

10219NAT

Water Industry Operations (Networks)

Laboratory Technology (Biological and Environmental Testing)

Diploma

MSL50116

NATURAL RESOURCES

Environmental Management and Sustainability

Certificate IV

BSB42315

Laboratory Techniques

Certificate IV

MSL40116

Certificate IV

NWP40515

Certificate III

NWP30215

Certificate II

NWP20115

Certificate IV

NWP40515

Certificate III

NWP30215

Water Industry Operations (Source)

CODE NWP40515

Holistic Management Sustainable Rural Lands, Business and Communities

Water Industry Operations

QUALIFICATION Certificate IV

Water Industry Treatment

Racing Services (Racing Administration)

NATURAL RESOURCES

COURSE Conservation and Land Management

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BE SKILLED WITH SHORT COURSES We have a huge range of short courses including Statements of Attainment. These are always being developed and updated, and can give you everything from basic foundations to advanced specialised career skills. Explore TAFENSW.EDU.AU or call us on 131 601 for the latest.

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ARTS, DESIGN AND DIGITAL MEDIA The benefits of the creative economy in Australia can be seen in our flourishing design, fashion, music, art and digital spaces. More than half a million Australians now work in the creative industries. From cultural diversity to social inclusion and innovation, the Arts, Design and Digital Media sector is one of the fastest growing and dynamic industries.

INDUSTRY GROWTH Employment for visual arts and crafts professionals is expected to

GROW STRONGLY

TAFE NSW Arts, Design and Digital Media courses are developed in close consultation with industry. When you choose TAFE NSW you will learn your craft in state-of-the-art facilities that meet industry standards, from teachers who are passionate about what they do and are experts in their field. There has never been a better time to enter the creative industries, with countless career opportunities and the fast pace of technological change your career will be constantly evolving. Choose from a variety of disciplines and start at a level to suit you. A career in the Arts, Design or Digital Media will give you a chance to shape Australia’s creative economy for future generations.

to the end of 2020. Source: joboutlook.gov.au

WHY CHOOSE TAFE NSW?

AT A GLANCE STUDY AREAS Design

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Fashion

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Fine Arts and Visual Arts

9

Floristry

3

Music, Sound Production and Live Performance

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Photography

2

Screen and Media

15

Signs and Graphics

5

Global prospects. TAFE NSW graduates possess the technical knowledge, creative-thinking and specialised skills that are highly sought after by employers around the world. State-of-the-art facilities. Purpose-built creative studios and industry standard software mean you will master the same tools of the trade as leading professionals. Industry exposure. TAFE NSW partners with industry to provide you with hands-on experience through networking, sponsor programs, competitions, talks, lectures and other creative industry events. Recognised and respected. TAFE NSW has built its reputation on delivering trusted, industry aligned and nationally recognised training for over 130 years.

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$1,280 per week. Source: joboutlook.gov.au

DESIGN Channel your passion and use your natural creative talent to have a rewarding and fulfilling career. Design amazing brand and advertising campaigns, beautiful interiors, innovative products and equipment, 3D films and art, or provide administrative support to the arts

and design industry. Study Design courses at TAFE NSW and our talented teachers will foster your artistic gifts and develop your design skills and techniques to set you up for a successful career.

IS IT RIGHT FOR YOU?

COURSES WE OFFER INCLUDE:

§§ Are you creative and imaginative?

§§ Creative Product Development

§§ Are you good at time management?

§§ Design

§§ Do you like working in a team?

§§ Graphic Design §§ Interior Design

§§ Are you talented at illustrating and drafting concepts?

§§ Industrial Design §§ 3D Art and Animation §§ Digital and Interactive Games Development §§ Live Production

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES §§ Art Director §§ Creative Director §§ Film and Theatre Designer §§ Games Programmer §§ Illustrator §§ Interactive Digital Media Developer §§ Interior Designer §§ Graphic Designer §§ Web Designer

BASIC SKILLS TO TOPNOTCH CAREERS Certificate IV in Design (CUA40715)

Diploma of Graphic Design (CUA50715)

Your gateway to being Graphic Designer, a Graphic Designer, Finished Artist including roles as Design Assistant or Junior Designer

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Advanced Diploma of Creative Product Development (CUA60415)

Digital Media Designer, Illustrator

TAFE NSW Bachelor of 3D Art and Animation (HE20520V02)

3D and Visual Effects Artist or Animator

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FASHION If you love fashion, follow trends and enjoy working in a creative environment, TAFE NSW can turn your passion into a successful career with a range of exciting fashion design and technology courses. The fashion industry is renowned for its shows but behind the catwalk and runways there are many other fashion

careers in design, making, buying and merchandising to explore. TAFE NSW is renowned for producing Australia’s most successful designers, including Alex Perry, Dion Lee and Nicky Zimmermann.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

IS IT RIGHT FOR YOU?

COURSES WE OFFER INCLUDE:

§§ Are you creative?

§§ Fashion Design

§§ Apparel Cutter

§§ Do you enjoy working in a team?

§§ Merchandising

§§ Assistant Brand Manager

§§ Textile Design and Development

§§ Assistant Fashion Designer Bespoke Dress Maker

§§ Fashion Technology

§§ Brand Manager

§§ Millinery

§§ Costume Designer

§§ Do you have a passion for design? §§ Do you like making and creating?

“The thing I like most about TAFE NSW is that I could apply everything I learnt to industry. I would learn something in the classroom and then go work at Fashion Week and see what I have learnt in practise.” S HANNON, CERTIFICATE II IN APPLIED FASHION DESIGN AND TECHNOLOGY

§§ Fabric Designer/Printer §§ Fashion Designer §§ Fashion Merchandiser §§ Milliner §§ Patternmaker §§ Wardrobe Supervisor

BASIC SKILLS TO TOPNOTCH CAREERS Certificate III in Applied Fashion and Technology (MST30816)

Costume Maker, Wardrobe Assistant or Dresser

Diploma of Applied Fashion Design and Merchandising (MST50116)

Costume Designer, Assistant Costume Maker, Wardrobe Supervisor or Assistant Fashion Designer

Advanced Diploma in Applied Fashion Design and Merchandising (MST60116)

Fashion Designer, Patternmaker, Dress Maker, Brand Manager, Product Developer or Manager

TAFE NSW Bachelor of Fashion Design (HE20506)

Product Developer, Fashion Stylist, Fashion Buyer, Production Manager, Merchandising Manager, Fashion Events Manager

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“It has been such a wonderful experience and I loved the supportive and stimulating environment the teachers and support staff have cultivated.” CAROL, ADVANCED DIPLOMA OF VISUAL ARTS

FINE ARTS AND VISUAL ARTS Express yourself and unleash your creativity upon the world with a career in Fine Arts and Visual Arts. Our award-winning TAFE NSW teachers will help you refine your creative abilities, and guide you in your chosen medium, providing practical training in our purposebuilt studios and galleries. Learn to stretch your ideas,

try new techniques and to be brave in revealing your work. We also help you master essential business skills, portfolio preparation and exhibition practices to turn your creativity into a successful career.

IS IT RIGHT FOR YOU?

COURSES WE OFFER INCLUDE:

§§ Are you creative and imaginative?

§§ Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Cultural Arts

§§ Are you self-disciplined? §§ Do you enjoy working with your hands? §§ Are you detail orientated?

§§ Arts Administration §§ Ceramics §§ Visual Arts

BASIC SKILLS TO TOPNOTCH CAREERS Certificate IV in Arts Administration (CUA40815)

Gallery, Museum or Community Arts Assistant

Diploma of Visual Arts (CUA51115)

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES §§ Artist §§ Arts Administration Officer §§ Community Arts Assistant §§ Gallery Assistant §§ Gallery Curator §§ Visual Arts and Crafts Professional

TAFE NSW Bachelor of Business (HE20514) Advanced Diploma of Visual Arts (CUA60715)

Take your career to a higher level. This degree allows you to finetune commerce and management skills to your sector.

Artist (mediums may include ceramics, digital art, drawing and illustration, printmaking)

Artist across many mediums, Curator, Consultant

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FLORISTRY Let your creative talents bloom. Flowers do more than embellish your surroundings – they act as a frame for life’s major events. As a florist, you will use your natural flair for colour and design to create fabulous arrangements, bringing new life and heavenly scents to any special occasion.

MANY EMPLOYERS There are almost

IS IT RIGHT FOR YOU? §§ Do you enjoy being creative?

2,000 florists and retailers in Australia. SOURCE: Australian Flower Industry

§§ Are you a team player?

COURSES WE OFFER INCLUDE:

§§ Do you enjoy being organised? §§ Are you a people person? §§ Would you like to use your design skills day to day?

§§ Floristry

§§ Events Florist §§ Florist Business Manager §§ Florist §§ Online Florist §§ Specialist Designer (Floral) §§ Floral Designer

§§ Floristry Design

BASIC SKILLS TO TOPNOTCH CAREERS Certificate II in Floristry (Assistant) (SFL20115)

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

Certificate III in Floristry (SFL30115)

TAFE NSW Bachelor of Business (HE20514) Certificate IV in Floristry (SFL40115)

Take your career to a higher level. This degree allows you to finetune commerce and management skills to your sector.

Floristry Assistant

Florist

Senior Florist, Floristry Supervisor

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WELL PAID Based on the average salary, Sound Technicians earn

$1,509

a week.

MUSIC, SOUND PRODUCTION AND LIVE PERFORMANCE Do you have a passion for music and theatre and enjoy working in the entertainment industry? Would you like to develop your ear for sound and be guided by industry professionals? With frequent changes in production technology, employment opportunities in the Music, Sound Production and Live Performance

industry are steadily increasing. Whether you’re already a performer or you’d rather be the one in control behind the scenes, the industry has a number of career options waiting for those looking to get involved in this growing creative sector.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

IS IT RIGHT FOR YOU?

COURSES WE OFFER INCLUDE:

§§ Do you enjoy being creative and imaginative?

§§ Music Performance

§§ Audio Visual Technician

§§ Music Industry

§§ Artist Manager

§§ Live Production and Services

§§ Booking Agent

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§§ Do you enjoy working collaboratively? §§ Are you interested in entertainment and sharing your passion for music, performance and production?

§§ Musical Theatre §§ Community Dance, Theatre and Events §§ Costume for Performance

BASIC SKILLS TO TOPNOTCH CAREERS Certificate III in Music Industry (CUA30915)

Live Sound Assistant, Audio Visual Operator, Assistant Sound Mixer

Diploma of Music Industry (CUA50815)

§§ Concert Promoter §§ Live Sound Mixer §§ Musician/Singer §§ Sound Designer §§ Stage Manager

TAFE NSW Bachelor of Business (HE20514) Advanced Diploma of Music Industry (CUA60515)

Concert Promoter, Artist Manager, Assistant Sound Engineer, Designer

Take your career to a higher level. This degree allows you to finetune commerce and management skills to your sector.

Sound Designer, Sound Engineer, Music Venue, Label Manager

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ARTS, DESIGN AND DIGITAL MEDIA

PHOTOGRAPHY If you love cameras, have an eye for good angles and light, and love producing beautiful photos, consider a flexible and creative career in Photography. There are plenty of study options at TAFE NSW to take your

creative potential to the next level. You’ll learn the tricks of the trade from our industry experts, who boast decades of experience. Develop the skills and inspiration to create amazing images.

IS IT RIGHT FOR YOU?

COURSES WE OFFER INCLUDE:

§§ Do you have an eye for detail?

§§ Photography and Photo Imaging

§§ Are you self-motivated?

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES §§ Digital Image Technician §§ Image Designer for web and online advertising §§ Photographer

§§ Are you creative?

§§ Studio Manager

MANY EMPLOYERS There are currently

13,000

photographers employed in Australia.

Source: joboutlook.gov.au

BASIC SKILLS TO TOPNOTCH CAREERS Certificate IV in Photography and Photo Imaging (CUA41115)

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Photographer’s Assistant, Digital Image Technician

Diploma of Photography and Photo Imaging (CUA50915)

TAFE NSW Bachelor of Business (HE20514) Take your career to a higher level. This degree allows you to finetune commerce and management skills to your sector.

Commercial or Media Photographer

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SCREEN AND MEDIA

“As a Senior Character and Creature Animator, I have had the pleasure of working on The Lego Movie done at Animal Logic Academy here in NSW at Fox Studios. And I’ve worked on other movies including The Great Gatsby, Gods of Egypt and Happy Feet 2.”

Have you dreamt of an exciting, fast-paced, creative career in the Screen and Media industry? Whether you have your eye on the Logies, the Academy Awards or anything in between, there are plenty of study

options for your screen and media career at TAFE NSW. Careers in Screen and Media are continually expanding as new technologies and platforms are created, making this industry more accessible and exciting than ever.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

IS IT RIGHT FOR YOU?

COURSES WE OFFER INCLUDE:

§§ Do you have a passion for film and media?

§§ Screen and Media

§§ Camera/Lighting Operator

§§ 3D Art and Animation

§§ Cinematographer

§§ Live Production Design

§§ Director

§§ Live Production and Services

§§ Editor

C HRIS, ANIMATOR AND DIGITAL ARTIST - 3D ART AND ANIMATION, 2008

§§ Do you enjoying writing and creating stories? §§ Are you willing to work collaboratively and problem-solve?

§§ Digital and Interactive Games §§ Digital Media Technologies §§ Website Design and Development

§§ Location Sound Recordist §§ Producer §§ TV/Radio Presenter §§ Video and Motion Graphics Producer

BASIC SKILLS TO TOPNOTCH CAREERS Certificate III In Screen and Media (CUA31015)

Production Assistant, Camera/Lighting Assistant, Digital Content Creator (Video, Radio and Online)

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Certificate IV in Screen and Media (CUA41215)

Digital Media Artist, Specialist Make-Up Artist, Production Coordinator, Camera/Lighting Operator, TV/Radio Presenter

Advanced Diploma of Screen and Media (CUA60616)

Interactive Media Designer, Production Manager, Producer, Cinematographer

TAFE NSW Bachelor of 3D Art and Animation (HE20520V02)

3D and Visual Effects Artist or Animator

GET ONLINE TAFENSW.EDU.AU is always updated with the latest course information.

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ARTS, DESIGN AND DIGITAL MEDIA

SIGNS AND GRAPHICS We are surrounded by signs and graphics every day – from the beautifully crafted signwriting at your local café to advertising billboards. If you have a combination of creative and technical skills, you could become a part of this lucrative and rewarding industry. When you

study Signs and Graphics you will combine several skill sets from the creative design industries. You will learn to apply a mixture of graphic design, visual merchandising and manufacturing skills to produce a variety of indoor and outdoor signage.

IS IT RIGHT FOR YOU?

COURSES WE OFFER INCLUDE:

§§ Do you enjoy working to a brief?

§§ Signs and Graphics

§§ Are you able to collaborate?

§§ Printing and Graphic Arts §§ Printing

§§ Are you creative and practical?

§§ Print Manufacturing

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES §§ Decorative Finishes Specialist §§ Digital Designer §§ Sign Manufacturer and Installer §§ Traditional Signwriter §§ Vehicle Wrap Specialist

BASIC SKILLS TO TOPNOTCH CAREERS Print Manufacturing (ICP31315)

Certificate III in Signs and Graphics (CPC30216)

TAFE NSW Bachelor of Business (HE20514) Take your career to a higher level. This degree allows you to finetune commerce and management skills to your sector.

Specialist Printer, Print Production

Apprentice Signwriter

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ARTS, DESIGN AND DIGITAL MEDIA

TAFE NSW OFFERS OVER 1,200 COURSES, INCLUDING DEGREES. VISIT TAFENSW.EDU.AU FOR THE FULL PICTURE. DESIGN

FASHION

DESIGN

COURSE

QUALIFICATION CODE

COURSE

QUALIFICATION CODE

3D Art and Animation

Bachelor Degree

HE20520

Interior Decoration

Certificate IV

MSF40113

Certificate III

CUA30715

Design (Interior Design)

Bachelor Degree

Design Fundamentals

HE20501

Jewellery Manufacture

Certificate III

MEM30605

Creative Product Development

Advanced Diploma

Print Communications

Certificate III

ICP31415

CUA60415

Print Manufacturing

Certificate III

ICP31315

CUA60315

Printing

Certificate III

ICP31215

Graphic Design

Advanced Diploma Diploma

CUA50715

Printing and Graphic Arts (General)

Certificate II

ICP20115

Advanced Diploma

CUA60315

Diploma

CUA50715

COURSE

QUALIFICATION CODE

Interior Design

Advanced Diploma

MSF60113

Fashion Design

Bachelor Degree

HE20506

Live Production and Management Services

Advanced Diploma

CUA60213

Advanced Diploma

MST60116

Digital and Interactive Games

Diploma

ICT50215

Diploma

MST50116

Certificate IV

ICT40915

Interior Design and Decoration

Diploma

MSF50213

Live Production Design

Diploma

CUA50513

Visual Merchandising

Diploma

SIR50217

Design

Certificate IV

CUA40715

Design of Kitchens, Bathrooms and Interior Spaces

Certificate IV

MSF40313

Graphic Design (with a focus on Illustration)

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COURSE

QUALIFICATION CODE

Live Production and Technical Services (specialising in Costume for Performance)

Diploma

CUA50415

Applied Fashion Design and Technology

Certificate III

MST30816

Cotton Ginning

Certificate III

LMT30307

Millinery

Certificate III

MST30316

Applied Fashion Design and Technology

Certificate II

MST20616

Applied Fashion Design and Technology (Millinery)

Certificate II

MST20616

FINE ARTS AND VISUAL ARTS COURSE

FASHION

Applied Fashion Design and Merchandising Applied Fashion Design and Merchandising (Business and Merchandising)

Diploma

MST50116

Applied Fashion Design and Merchandising (Design and Product Development)

Diploma

MST50116

Textile Design and Development

Diploma

MST50216

COURSE ALSO DELIVERED ONLINE AT TAFEDIGITAL.EDU.AU

Visual Arts

Ceramics Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Cultural Arts Arts Administration

QUALIFICATION CODE Advanced Diploma

CUA60715

Diploma

CUA51115

Certificate IV

CUA41315

Certificate II

CUA20715

Diploma

CUA51215

Certificate IV

CUA40615

Certificate III

CUA30515

Certificate II

CUA20415

Certificate IV

CUA40815

Certificate III

CUA30615

FLORISTRY COURSE Floristry Floristry (Assistant)

QUALIFICATION CODE Certificate IV

SFL40115

Certificate III

SFL30115

Certificate II

SFL20115

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TAFE NSW OFFERS OVER 1,200 COURSES, INCLUDING DEGREES. VISIT TAFENSW.EDU.AU FOR THE FULL PICTURE.

ARTS, DESIGN AND DIGITAL MEDIA

MUSIC, SOUND PRODUCTION AND LIVE PERFORMANCE

PHOTOGRAPHY

COURSE

QUALIFICATION CODE

COURSE

QUALIFICATION CODE

COURSE

QUALIFICATION CODE

Advanced Diploma

CUA60515

Photography and Photo Imaging

Diploma

CUA50915

Print Communications

Certificate III

ICP31415

Diploma

CUA50815

Certificate IV

CUA41115

Print Manufacturing

Certificate III

ICP31315

Certificate IV

CUA40915

Printing

Certificate III

ICP31215

Certificate III

CUA30915

Signs and Graphics

Certificate III

CPC30216

Certificate II

CUA20615

Printing and Graphic Arts (General)

Certificate II

ICP20115

Advanced Diploma

CUA60515

Diploma

CUA50815

Certificate IV

CUA40915

Certificate III

CUA30915

Advanced Diploma

CUA60515

Diploma

CUA50815

Certificate IV

CUA40915

Certificate III

CUA30915

Diploma

CUA50415

Music Industry

Music Industry (Performance)

Music Industry (Sound Production)

Live Production and Technical Services Live Production and Technical Services (specialising in Costume for Performance)

Diploma

Music Industry (Composition)

Diploma

CUA50815

Diploma

CUA50815

Certificate IV

CUA40915

Music Industry (Music Business)

CUA50415

Certificate III

CUA30915

Community Dance, Theatre and Events

Certificate III

CUA30213

Live Production and Services

Certificate III

CUA30415

SIGNS AND GRAPHICS

SCREEN AND MEDIA COURSE

QUALIFICATION CODE

3D Art and Animation

Bachelor Degree

HE20520

Advanced Diploma

CUA60615

Diploma

CUA51015

Certificate IV

CUA41215

Certificate III

CUA31015

Diploma

ICT50215

Certificate IV

ICT40915

Diploma

ICT50915

Certificate IV

ICT40815

Diploma

CUA51015

Certificate IV

CUA41215

Screen and Media

Digital and Interactive Games Digital Media Technologies Screen and Media (Interactive Media)

Screen and Media (Specialist Diploma Makeup Services)

CUA51015

Website Development

Diploma

ICT50615

Web-Based Technologies

Certificate IV

ICT40315

Web-Based Technologies (Design and Development)

Certificate IV

ICT40315

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BE SKILLED WITH SHORT COURSES We have a huge range of short courses including Statements of Attainment. These are always being developed and updated, and can give you everything from basic foundations to advanced specialised career skills. Explore TAFENSW.EDU.AU or call us on 131 601 for the latest.

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AUTOMOTIVE TRADES AND SERVICES Staggering advances in technology and changing consumer trends are hallmarks of the automotive industry. For the workforce, that means new and exciting skills. With 18 million cars on Australian roads and the addition of almost half a million extra vehicles a year, the industry is revving up.

Whether it’s repairing, tuning, selling or trimming, TAFE NSW is the place to get your automotive career rolling. People passionate about the automotive industry enrol in courses with TAFE NSW each year because they know that employers trust our training and employ our graduates. We offer nationally recognised qualifications for every stage of your automotive career, whether you’re just starting as an apprentice or you’re an industry veteran. We’re passionate about quality, hands-on training and want to help you be your best.

PLENTY OF WORK It is predicted that by 2020 there will be approximately

115,000

WHY CHOOSE TAFE NSW?

Motor Mechanics employed in Australia. Why not join them!

Strong industry connections. Strong and dynamic links to leading organisations such as MTA-NSW, IAME, GMH, Toyota, Cummins, John Deere, Harley Davidson Australia, I-Car and Yamaha.

Source: abs.gov.au

Opens career doors. From introductory programs to school-based apprenticeships to advanced trade qualifications, our programs are all designed to improve your career. Choice of programs. Explore your passion for all things automotive in everything from systems diagnostics and performance enhancement to customised paint refinishing and more. State-of-the-art facilities. Specialist, purpose-built facilities are designed in consultation with the automotive industry so you learn tomorrow’s skills using the latest technology and equipment. Quality teachers. Experts in the automotive field, our teachers have a passion for delivering the relevant training to enhance your career.

AT A GLANCE STUDY AREAS Automotive Repair and Maintenance Trades Automotive Parts and Sales

CHOICE OF PROGRAMS 22 3

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AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE TRADES Are you a hands-on problem solver with good numeracy and literacy skills and the drive to learn how things work? Does tomorrow’s innovation and race breed technology get you revved up? Our specialist facilities,

industry events and relationships, and courses for everyone from high school students to tradespeople, put you in pole position in this area of skills shortage.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

IS IT RIGHT FOR YOU?

COURSES WE OFFER INCLUDE:

§§ Do you love cars and modern engines?

§§ Automotive Electrical

§§ Electrical Technician

§§ Automotive System Diagnosis

§§ Master Diagnostic Technician

§§ Auto Body

§§ Auto Body Panel Technician

§§ Auto Refinishing

§§ Vehicle Spray Technician

§§ Light and Heavy Vehicle

§§ Automotive Light or Heavy Vehicle Technician

§§ Enjoy physical, hands-on and practical work? §§ Enjoy problem solving and working with technology? §§ Looking for a rewarding career in a progressive industry?

§§ Motorcycles §§ Motorsport

AUTOMOTIVE TRADES AND SERVICES

“It’s such a satisfying feeling to contribute to a successful racing team but none of it would have been possible without the foundation that I laid at TAFE NSW.” T HOMAS, V8 SUPER CAR MECHANIC AND GRADUATE OF CERTIFICATE III IN AUTOMOTIVE MECHANICAL TECHNOLOGY

§§ Motorcycle Repair Technician §§ Team Motorsport Repair Technician

BASIC SKILLS TO TOPNOTCH CAREERS Certificate III in Light Vehicle Mechanical Technology (AUR30616)

Automotive Technician

Certificate IV in Automotive Mechanical Diagnosis (AUR40216)

TAFE NSW Bachelor of Business (HE20514) Take your career to a higher level. This degree allows you to finetune commerce and management skills to your sector.

Master Diagnostic Technician

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AUTOMOTIVE TRADES AND SERVICES FULL-TIME JOB OPPORTUNITIES Vehicle and Parts Salespeople have a very high proportion of full-time jobs at

AUTOMOTIVE PARTS AND SALES Perhaps you love cars but would rather not be under the bonnet? It doesn’t matter if you’re looking for a career as a vehicle parts interpreter or motor vehicle sales assistant or you’re yet to discover your dream career, TAFE NSW has a course for you.

92%

“A lot of people think that working in a maledominated environment, you have to be physically strong. But it’s not so much being physically strong as being ‘tool smart’. TAFE has been extremely inspirational to me.” B ELLE – TVET AND AUTOMOTIVE APPRENTICESHIP

Source: joboutlook.gov.au

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

IS IT RIGHT FOR YOU?

COURSES WE OFFER INCLUDE:

§§ Do you love cars?

§§ Automotive Sales

§§ Parts Interpreter

§§ Have an eye for detail?

§§ Automotive Management

§§ Vehicle Salesperson

§§ Are you organised and efficient?

§§ Parts Interpretation

§§ Dealership Manager

§§ Customer Service

§§ Parts Manager

§§ Like making things ‘work’?

§§ Customer Service Manager

BASIC SKILLS TO TOPNOTCH CAREERS Certificate II in Automotive Vocational Preparation (AUR20716)

A gateway to automotive careers including roles in vehicle servicing

Certificate III in Automotive Sales (AUR31016)

TAFE NSW Bachelor of Business (HE20514) Take your career to a higher level. This degree allows you to finetune commerce and management skills to your sector.

Car or Motorcycle Salesperson, Parts Interpreter

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AUTOMOTIVE TRADES AND SERVICES

TAFE NSW OFFERS OVER 1,200 COURSES, INCLUDING DEGREES. VISIT TAFENSW.EDU.AU FOR THE FULL PICTURE. AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE TRADES

AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE TRADES

AUTOMOTIVE PARTS AND SALES

COURSE

QUALIFICATION CODE

COURSE

QUALIFICATION CODE

COURSE

QUALIFICATION CODE

Automotive Mechanical Diagnosis

Certificate IV

AUR40216

Automotive Air Conditioning Technology

Certificate II

AUR20216

Automotive Refinishing Technology

Certificate III

AUR32416

Automotive and Marine Trimming Technology

Certificate III

AUR32316

Certificate II

AUM20213

Automotive Sales

Certificate III

AUR31016

Certificate III

AUR32116

AUR20716

Certificate II

AUR20916

Certificate I

AUR10116

Certificate II

AUR20516

Automotive Electrical Technology

Certificate III

AUR30316

Automotive Servicing Technology

Automotive Vocational Preparation

Certificate II

Automotive Body Repair Technology

Automotive Manufacturing Production - Bus, Truck and Trailer

Certificate II

AUR20416

Certificate II

AUR20716

Automotive Engine Reconditioning

Certificate I

AUR10116

Certificate III

AUR31316

Automotive Glazing Technology

Certificate III

AUR32216

Automotive Manufacturing Technical Operations - Bus, Truck and Trailer

Certificate III

AUM30213

Automotive Refinishing Technology

Certificate III

AUR32416

Automotive Underbody Technology

Certificate III

AUR32516

Forklift Technology

Certificate III

AUR31716

Heavy Commercial Vehicle Mechanical Technology

Certificate III

AUR31116

Light Vehicle Mechanical Technology

Certificate III

AUR30616

Motorcycle Mechanical Technology

Certificate III

AUR30816

Recreational Vehicle Manufacturing

Certificate III

MSM31115

Recreational Vehicle Service and Repair

Certificate III

MSM31015

Automotive Vocational Preparation

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BE SKILLED WITH SHORT COURSES We have a huge range of short courses including Statements of Attainment. These are always being developed and updated, and can give you everything from basic foundations to advanced specialised career skills. Explore TAFENSW.EDU.AU or call us on 131 601 for the latest.

TAFE NSW CAREER GUIDE 2018 © TAFE NSW 2017 CRICOS 00591E | HEP PRV12049 | RTOs: 91430, 90004, 90003, 90011, 90008, 90000, 90010, 90002, 90006, 90005, 90001, 90009. Note: Not all courses are available at all TAFE NSW locations.

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AVIATION AND MARITIME Whether you prefer to be on the seas, in the sky or staying grounded, careers in Aviation and Maritime are on the rise. Qualified employees are in demand and there is great scope for career advancement in a wide range of work environments. From pilots to cabin crew to deckhands to marine engineers, dynamic and exciting careers with the option to work internationally and travel the world await you.

JOB OPPORTUNITIES TAFE NSW Aviation and Maritime courses are delivered by professionals who have the industry experience and connections to help you launch your career or take it higher. You will train in practical and interactive learning environments that include marine digital simulators and full-motion flight simulators. Whether your career will be on the ground, in the air or on the water, your training will be hands-on and designed with industry leaders for tomorrow’s world. The Aviation and Maritime industries are truly international and play a large part in global business and management. Potential employers include airlines and shipping lines; airports, ports and terminals; aircraft and shipping manufacturers; tourism and logistics and freight companies.

10,500

WHY CHOOSE TAFE NSW?

79%

people employed as marine transport professionals in Australia. HIGH FULL-TIME EMPLOYMENT RATES

of professionals in the Aviation and Aerospace industry are employed full-time.

Strong industry connections. Connections with Pacific Flight Services and Sydney Flight College ensure our training is focused on tomorrow’s needs. Quality teachers. Experienced in their fields with strong Aviation and Maritime industry connections, our teachers are passionate about delivering a relevant and real-world education. State-of-the-art facilities. Apply your skills for real within interactive learning environments including simulated workplaces, and when you take ‘field’ trips on vessels as part of your course.

Source: joboutlook.gov.au

AT A GLANCE STUDY AREAS

Opens career doors. Many of our job placements lead students straight into full-time work in Aviation and Maritime.

CHOICE OF PROGRAMS

Aviation

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Maritime

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AVIATION AND MARITIME

AVIATION Whatever role you take, Aviation demands strong communication and organisational skills, and great judgement. Learn fundamental skills in communications, security and safety to begin your career in an entrylevel position, or choose from courses to specialise

in important hands-on flight operations or ground operations and service. Whether you choose to work in civilian or military aviation your skills will be in demand, ensuring you have a career for the future.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

IS IT RIGHT FOR YOU?

COURSES WE OFFER INCLUDE:

§§ Fascinated by airports and flying?

§§ Aviation

§§ Remote Pilot

§§ Avionics

§§ Maintenance Engineer

§§ Ground Operations and Service

§§ Cabin Crew Member

§§ Love to travel and enjoy helping others to travel, too? §§ Can work under pressure? §§ Have excellent organisational and communication skills? §§ Are a critical thinker?

§§ Aircraft Maintenance

§§ Passenger and Baggage Screener

§§ Cabin Crew

§§ Cargo Service Operator

§§ Aviation Transport Protection

§§ Flight Attendant

§§ Flight Instructor §§ Commercial Pilot Licence

“I gained a lot of knowledge on the aviation industry that I think really helped solidify my dreams to become a pilot. I feel even more confident now in my decision to further study aviation at university.” F LORE, CERTIFICATE III IN AVIATION (FLIGHT OPERATIONS)

§§ Baggage Handler §§ Aircraft Handler

§§ Flight Instructor

BASIC SKILLS TO TOPNOTCH CAREERS Certificate II in Aviation (Ground Operations and Service) (AVI20216)

Aircraft Loadmaster, Cargo Services Officer, Baggage Handler

Certificate III in Aviation (Ground Operations and Service) (AVI30416)

Aerodrome Operations, Baggage and Freight Operations, Customer Service Officer

TAFE NSW Bachelor of Business (HE20514) Certificate IV in Aviation (Aviation Supervision) (AVI40216)

Air Crew Officer, Cabin Service Supervisor, Cargo Service Supervisor, Aerodrome Operations

Take your career to a higher level. This degree allows you to finetune commerce and management skills to your sector.

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AVIATION AND MARITIME “They put us through sea time and at the end of it we’ll end up with a watch-keeping ticket so we can sail as third engineers on a ship. You are in charge of a whole watch by yourself, you’re in charge of a certain section of machinery on the ship.”  LLA, CADET ENGINEER, DIPLOMA OF MARITIME OPERATIONS E (ENGINEER WATCH KEEPER) GRADUATE

MARITIME The Maritime industry offers exciting career options and allows you to travel the world. The Eastern seaboard, including the NSW North Coast and Gold Coast, are hubs for maritime operations with employment expected

to almost double in the next eight years. Wherever you want to be based, there are plenty of study options to launch your Maritime career at TAFE NSW.

COURSES WE OFFER INCLUDE:

§§ Enjoy being out on the water and working with boats?

§§ Mechanical Technology

§§ Boat Builder

§§ Marine Craft Construction

§§ Charter Vessel Guide

§§ Boating Services

§§ Deckhand

§§ Coxswain Grade 1/2

§§ Coxswain

§§ Maritime Operations

§§ Fishing Hand

§§ Marine Engine Driver

§§ Marine Engine Driver

§§ Practical and technical? §§ Safety-conscious? §§ Good sense of balance and coordination? §§ Love of the ocean and waterways?

§§ Ship’s Master §§ Maritime Trainer

§§ Enjoy the outdoors?

BASIC SKILLS TO TOPNOTCH CAREERS Certificate III in Maritime Operations (Marine Engine Driver Grade 2 Near Coastal) (MAR30813)

Marine Engine Driver Grade 2

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IS IT RIGHT FOR YOU?

Certificate IV in Maritime Operations (Marine Engine Driver Grade 1 Near Coastal) (MAR40513)

Marine Engine Driver Grade 1, Second or Chief Engineer (Conditions Dependent)

TAFE NSW Bachelor of Business (HE20514) Diploma in Maritime Operations (Master up to 500GT) (MAR50415)

Take your career to a higher level. This degree allows you to finetune commerce and management skills to your sector.

Ship’s Master (up to 500GT)

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AVIATION AND MARITIME

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AVIATION

MARITIME

QUALIFICATION CODE

COURSE

QUALIFICATION CODE

Diploma

MEA50115

Certificate IV

MEA40615

Aviation (Flight OperationsCargo Services)

Certificate II

Diploma

MEA50215

Certificate IV

MEA40715

Aviation Maintenance Management (Avionics)

Diploma

MEA50315

Aviation Maintenance Management (Mechanical)

Diploma

MEA50415

Aeroskills (Avionics) (Aircraft Maintenance Stream)

Certificate IV

Aeroskills (Avionics) (Component Maintenance Workshop Stream)

Certificate IV

AVI20116

Aviation (Ground Operations Certificate II and Service)

AVI20216

Aviation Transport Protection (Passenger and Non-Passenger Screener)

AVI20316

Certificate II

MARITIME MEA40615

MEA40615

COURSE

QUALIFICATION CODE

Maritime Operations (Master Diploma up to 500 GT)

MAR50415

Maritime Operations (Watchkeeper Deck)

Diploma

MAR50315

Certificate IV

MAR40513

Aeroskills (Mechanical) (Aircraft Maintenance Stream)

Certificate IV

MEA40715

Maritime Operations (Marine Engine Driver Grade 1 Near Coastal)

Aeroskills (Mechanical) (Component Maintenance Workshop Stream)

Certificate IV

MEA40715

Maritime Operations (Master up to 35 metres Near Coastal)

Certificate IV

MAR40613

Aeroskills (Structures)

Certificate IV

MEA41315

Marine Craft Construction

Certificate III

MEM30705

Certificate IV

MEA40915

Certificate III

MEA30115

Marine Mechanical Technology

Certificate III

AUR30516

Aviation (Aviation Supervision)

Certificate IV

AVI40216

Certificate III

MAR30813

Aviation (Cabin Crew)

Maritime Operations (Marine Engine Driver Grade 2 Near Coastal)

Aircraft Surface Finishing

Certificate III

AVI30116

Aviation (Ground Operations Certificate III and Service)

AVI30416

Certificate III

MAR30913

Aviation (Remote Pilot Visual Line of Sight)

Maritime Operations (Master up to 24 metres Near Coastal)

Certificate III

AVI30316

Boating Services

Certificate II

MEM20305

Aeroskills

Certificate II

MEA20415

Aircraft Line Maintenance

Certificate II

MEA20515

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COURSE

QUALIFICATION CODE

Maritime Operations (Coxswain Grade 1 Near Coastal)

Certificate II

MAR20313

Maritime Operations (Marine Engine Driver Grade 3 Near Coastal)

Certificate II

MAR20413

Maritime Operations (Coxswain Grade 2 Near Coastal)

Certificate I

MAR10413

Maritime Operations (General Purpose Hand Near Coastal)

Certificate I

MAR10313

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BUILDING, CONSTRUCTION AND PROPERTY More than half the world’s population is living in cities. With the increase in urbanisation and continued growth in population, the development of our environment into liveable and sustainable spaces that will accommodate diverse and growing communities is vital.

TAFE NSW is one of Australia’s largest providers of skilled-trade training, with thousands of employers choosing us to train their staff each year. We’re passionate about quality, hands-on training and want to help you reach your career ambitions. There are countless career options within Building, Construction and Property. Choose from a variety of trades and disciplines and start at a level to suit you whether you are looking for an apprenticeship, are currently employed or looking to make a career change. A career in this area gives you the chance to design, innovate and create, using your skills to help build and shape Australia’s future.

JOB OPPORTUNITIES Employment in the building profession will

increase by 8.3% by 2020.

Source: employment.gov.au

WHY CHOOSE TAFE NSW? Recognised and respected. TAFE NSW has built its reputation on delivering trusted, industry aligned and nationally recognised qualifications for over 130 years. State-of-the-art facilities. Purpose-built facilities designed to train you in real-world, all-weather settings. Specialist centres include stonemasonry, carpentry and joinery, glass and glazing. Quality teachers. Experts in the Building, Construction and Property sectors, our teachers maintain dynamic relationships with industry and industry bodies.

AT A GLANCE We offer over 100 courses across the building design, construction and property industries. STUDY AREAS

CHOICE OF PROGRAMS

Strong industry connections. Partnerships with major projects such as Barangaroo Skills Exchange, as well as peak industry bodies including the Master Builders Association, Housing Industry Association and Australian Property Institute.

Building Design and Architecture Carpentry, Joinery and Furniture

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Opens career doors. We ensure our graduates are industry-ready with qualifications aligned to NSW Fair Trading licensing and registration requirements and our work placements often lead students into full-time work.

Civil Construction and Surveying

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Building Trades

Property Services

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BUILDING DESIGN AND ARCHITECTURE From dreaming big to seeing the final brick laid, studying a course in Building Design and Architecture can lead to an exciting and rewarding career working on infrastructure projects, commercial and industrial buildings or someone’s dream home. Building designers work with architects and engineers to develop working

drawings and building plans for new constructions and renovations. Our courses can provide pathways to further study at university that will enable you to become an architect, or to go on to study for a TAFE NSW Bachelor of Design (Interior Design).

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

IS IT RIGHT FOR YOU?

COURSES WE OFFER INCLUDE:

§§ Are you creative and imaginative?

§§ Building Design

§§ Building Designer

§§ Building Surveying

§§ Building Surveyor/Certifier

§§ Interior Design

§§ Building Site Manager/ Supervisor

§§ Do you have an interest in design and the built environment? §§ Are you a keen problem solver?

§§ Surveying

“You learn a lot on the job but you also learn a lot at TAFE. The basics underpin the skills and know-how to ensure you’re able to communicate with other tradesmen and implement what you have learnt from TAFE NSW on the job.” J IM, TAFE NSW BUILDING & CARPENTRY GRADUATE AND OWNER OF QUALITY COUNTRY HOMES.

§§ Building Estimator/ Scheduler

§§ Autocad, ArchiCAD and 3D Revit

§§ Computer-Aided Design (CAD) Drafter

§§ Are you good at time management?

§§ Interior Designer

§§ Do you enjoy variety?

BASIC SKILLS TO TOPNOTCH CAREERS Certificate III in Manufacturing Technology (specialising in CAD/Drafting) (MSA30208)

CAD/Drafting Technical Assistant in design or manufacturing

Certificate IV in Manufacturing Technology (specialising CAD/Drafting) (MSA40108)

CAD Draftsperson in design or manufacturing

Diploma in Building Design (CPP50911)

Building Designer or Architectural Draftsperson

TAFE NSW Bachelor of Design (Interior Design) (HE20501)

Interior Designer, Design Consultant, Interior Decorator

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BUILDING, CONSTRUCTION AND PROPERTY

BUILDING TRADES

“TAFE NSW gave me skills and knowledge to go further, and have a shot at getting my own Builder’s Licence.” M ARK, CERTIFICATE IV IN BUILDING AND CONSTRUCTION (SITE MANAGEMENT)

With the current shortage of qualified tradespeople throughout Australia, there has never been a better time to get yourself a trade. A qualification in building will help you develop the skills and knowledge to manage building projects, including selecting contractors,

contract management, overseeing work quality and liaising with clients. Learning a trade and earning your trade contractor license can give you the freedom to set up your own business or lead to a career in project management.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

IS IT RIGHT FOR YOU?

COURSES WE OFFER INCLUDE:

§§ Are you good at planning and organising?

§§ Bricklaying

§§ Bricklayer

§§ Building Management

§§ Builder

§§ Concreting

§§ Concreter

§§ Plumbing, Water and Waste Management

§§ Construction Project Manager

§§ Painting and Decorating

§§ Estimator

§§ Plastering

§§ Glazier

§§ Tiling

§§ Painter and Decorator

§§ Waterproofing

§§ Plasterer

§§ Do you love manual work? §§ Are you able to interpret plans? §§ Do you enjoy technical activities? §§ Do you have good communications skills? §§ Have good hand-eye coordination?

§§ Plumber

§§ Is variety something you value?

§§ Roof Tiler §§ Wall and Floor Tiler

BASIC SKILLS TO TOPNOTCH CAREERS Certificate III in Carpentry and Joinery (CPC32011) or Bricklaying/Blocklaying (CPC30111)

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Licensed Carpenter or Bricklayer

Certificate IV in Building and Construction (Building) (CPC40110)

TAFE NSW Bachelor of Business (HE20514) Take your career to a higher level. This degree allows you to finetune commerce and management skills to your sector.

Building or Construction Manager, Licensed Builder^

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CARPENTRY, JOINERY AND FURNITURE If you like working with your hands and enjoy the satisfaction of creating something from scratch, a career in carpentry is a perfect fit. With our courses, you’ll learn how to use hand and power tools, work from plans and specifications to fabricate, install and construct, and learn how to select the correct materials.

Completion of a qualification in this field may satisfy the educational requirements of the Office of Fair Trading for the issue of a carpentry trade contractor licence. You’ll be in the best position to construct an amazing career.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

IS IT RIGHT FOR YOU?

COURSES WE OFFER INCLUDE:

§§ Are you interested in practical work?

§§ Building and Construction

§§ Carpenter

§§ Carpentry

§§ Cabinetmaker

§§ Cabinet Making

§§ Joiner

§§ Furniture Design and Technology

§§ Form Worker

§§ Are you creative and have attention to detail? §§ Can you make quick and accurate calculations and solve problems?

§§ Shop Fitting

§§ Are you safety conscious?

§§ Joinery

§§ Are you physically fit and have good mobility?

§§ Wall and Ceiling Lining §§ Construction Pathways

BASIC SKILLS TO TOPNOTCH CAREERS Certificate III in Joinery (CPC31912)

Joinery Tradesperson

BUILDING, CONSTRUCTION AND PROPERTY

Certificate IV in Design of Kitchens, Bathrooms and Interior Spaces (MSF40313).

§§ Furniture Maker §§ Shopfitter §§ Stair Builder §§ Timber Specialist

TAFE NSW Bachelor of Business (HE20514) Take your career to a higher level. This degree allows you to finetune commerce and management skills to your sector.

Kitchen or Bathroom Designer or Supplier

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BUILDING, CONSTRUCTION AND PROPERTY SALARY The average yearly salary for a Construction Manager is

$93,340

CIVIL CONSTRUCTION AND SURVEYING Work with civil engineers, builders, project managers and architects in the design and construction of major projects such as commercial buildings, bridges, roads, dams, tunnels and railways.

TAFE NSW qualifications can lead to careers in a range of different industries and sectors from roads to mining to residential to defence.

IS IT RIGHT FOR YOU?

COURSES WE OFFER INCLUDE:

§§ Do you enjoy practical work?

§§ Civil Construction Design

Sources: joboutlook.gov.au and The Greater

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

Western Sydney (GWS) Skills Audit 2015.

§§ Have good organisational skills? §§ Are an excellent communicator? §§ Are professional and ethical?

§§ Civil Construction Management

§§ Building Surveyor or Inspector §§ Civil Construction Worker

§§ Building Surveying

§§ Civil Engineer

§§ Surveying

§§ Civil Works Supervisor

§§ Spatial Information Services

§§ Local Council Worker §§ Quarry or Mining Operator §§ Quantity Surveyor §§ Structural or Transport Engineer §§ Land Surveyor §§ Spatial Information Technician

BASIC SKILLS TO TOPNOTCH CAREERS Certificate III in Surveying and Spatial Information Services (CPP30216)

Spatial Information Services

Certificate IV in Surveying (CPP40216)

TAFE NSW Bachelor of Business (HE20514) Diploma of Surveying (CPP50116)

Take your career to a higher level. This degree allows you to finetune commerce and management skills to your sector.

Surveying Assistant

Surveying Technician

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PROPERTY SERVICES With the continued growth of Australia’s property market – real estate agents are hot property! Property Services provides promising careers for those who are goal-driven and love the idea of being able to help

IS IT RIGHT FOR YOU? §§ Do you enjoy working with people? §§ Are you sales focused? §§ Do you have excellent planning and financial skills?

someone live out their real estate dreams. The industry offers a number of rewarding career opportunities including jobs in property valuation, sales, development, and management.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

COURSES WE OFFER INCLUDE:

EARNING POTENTIAL Property and Land Valuers earn an average salary of

$1,584 per week. Source: joboutlook.gov.au

§§ Agency Management

§§ Licensed Real Estate Agent

§§ Conveyancing

§§ Property Manager

§§ Property Valuation

§§ Property Auctioneer

§§ Property Services

§§ Real Estate Valuer

§§ Real Estate

§§ Business Manager

§§ Do you have good communication skills?

§§ Real Estate Investor §§ Salesperson §§ Asset Manager

BASIC SKILLS TO TOPNOTCH CAREERS Certificate IV in Property Services (Real Estate) (CPP40307)^

Assistant Real-Estate Agent or Property Manager

Certificate IV in Property Services (Operations) (CPP40611)

Commercial Property Manager, Operations or Asset Manager

Diploma of Property Services (Agency Management) (CPP50307)^

Real Estate Agent, Agency Manager or Property Auctioneer

TAFE NSW Bachelor of Property Valuation (HE20507)

Property Valuer, Real Estate Professional

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TAFE NSW OFFERS OVER 1,200 COURSES, INCLUDING DEGREES. VISIT TAFENSW.EDU.AU FOR THE FULL PICTURE.

BUILDING DESIGN AND ARCHITECTURE

BUILDING TRADES

COURSE

QUALIFICATION CODE

COURSE

QUALIFICATION CODE

COURSE

QUALIFICATION CODE

Design (Interior Design)

Bachelor Degree

HE20501

Building and Construction (Building)

Diploma

CPC50210

Rigging

Certificate III

CPC30711

CPC40110

Roof Plumbing

Certificate III

CPC32612

Building Surveying

Advanced Diploma

Certificate IV

CPC60115

Certificate IV

CPC40308

Roof Tiling

Certificate III

CPC30812

Advanced Diploma

Building and Construction (Estimating)

Certificate III

CPC30911

Certificate IV

CPC40508

Shopfitting

Certificate III

CPC30116

Diploma

RII50515

Building and Construction (Site Management)

Scaffolding

RII60515

CPC40912

CPC31011

RII40815

Certificate IV

Certificate III

Certificate IV

Plumbing and Services

Solid Plastering

CPC40912

Stonemasonry (Monumental/Installation)

CPC32313

MSF60113

Certificate IV

Certificate III

Advanced Diploma

Plumbing and Services (Operations Stream)

CPP50911

MSF30913

Surface Preparation and Coating Application

MSM30216

Diploma

Certificate III

Certificate III

Building Design

Blinds, Awnings, Security Screens and Grilles

Hydraulic Services Design

Diploma

CPC50612

Bricklaying/Blocklaying

Certificate III

CPC30111

Certificate III

MSF30313

Interior Design and Decoration

Diploma

MSF50213

Cabinet Making (Kitchens and Bathrooms)

Timber and Composites Machining

Certificate III

MSF31113

Carpentry

Certificate III

CPC30211

Timber and Composites Machining (Flat Panel Machining)

Certificate III

MSF30313

Carpentry and Joinery

Certificate III

CPC32011

Concreting

Certificate III

CPC30313

Timber and Composites Machining (Solid Timber Machining)

Certificate III

MSF30313

Upholstery (specialising in Production Upholstery)

Certificate III

MSF30713

Wall and Ceiling Lining

Certificate III

CPC31211

Wall and Floor Tiling

Certificate III

CPC31311

Construction

Certificate II

CPC20112

Construction Pathways

Certificate II

CPC20211

Drainage

Certificate II

CPC20712

Construction

Certificate I

CPC10111

Civil Construction Design

Interior Design

BUILDING TRADES

Design of Kitchens, Bathrooms and Interior Spaces

Certificate IV

MSF40313

Interior Decoration

Certificate IV

MSF40113

Manufacturing Technology (specialising in CAD/ Drafting)

Certificate IV

MSA40108

Construction Crane Operations

Certificate III

CPC32912

Certificate III

MSA30208

Construction Waterproofing

Certificate III

CPC31411

Fire Protection

Certificate III

CPC32813

Flooring Technology

Certificate III

MSF30813

Formwork/Falsework

Certificate III

CPC31511

Gas Fitting

Certificate III

CPC32713

Glass and Glazing (specialising in Glazing)

Certificate III

MSF30413

Joinery

Certificate III

CPC31912

Painting and Decorating

Certificate III

CPC30611

Plumbing

Certificate III

CPC32413

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Diploma

Cabinet Making

Certificate III

MSF31113

Cabinet Making (Furniture)

Certificate III

MSF31113

Cabinet Making (Kitchens and Bathrooms)

Certificate III

MSF31113

Carpentry

Certificate III

CPC30211

Carpentry and Joinery

Certificate III

CPC32011

Furniture Finishing

Certificate III

MSF30113

Certificate III

MSF30213

Certificate II

MSF20313

Joinery

Certificate III

CPC31912

Shopfitting

Certificate III

CPC30116

Timber and Composites Machining

Certificate III

MSF30313

Furniture Making

CIVIL CONSTRUCTION AND SURVEYING

PROPERTY SERVICES

COURSE

QUALIFICATION CODE

COURSE

QUALIFICATION CODE

Advanced Diploma

RII60515

Property Valuation

Bachelor Degree

HE20507

Diploma

RII50515

Certificate IV

RII40815

Conveyancing

Advanced Diploma

BSB61115

Diploma

CPP50216

Diploma

CPP50307

Certificate IV

CPP40316

Property Services (Agency Management)

Diploma

CPP50116

Cleaning Management

Certificate IV

CPP40416

Certificate IV

CPP40216

Certificate IV

CPP40611

Civil Construction Operations

Property Services (Operations)

Certificate IV

RII40615

Certificate IV

CPP40307

Civil Construction Supervision

Property Services (Real Estate)

Certificate IV

RII40715

Certificate IV

CPP40707

Certificate IV

UEG40114

Security and Risk Management

Certificate III

UEG30114

Certificate III

CPP30316

Civil Construction (Bridge Construction and Maintenance)

Certificate II

CPP20611

Certificate III

RII30915

Fire Protection

Certificate III

CPC32813

Investigative Services

Certificate III

CPP30607

Civil Construction (Civil Construction General)

Certificate III

RII30915

Locksmithing

Certificate III

MEM30805

Painting and Decorating

Certificate III

CPC30611

Civil Construction (Pipe Laying)

Certificate III

RII30915

Property Services (Agency)

Certificate III

CPP30211

Security Equipment

Certificate III

UEE31411

Watch and Clock Service and Repair

Certificate III

MEM31010

Security Assembly and Set-up

Certificate II

UEE21611

QUALIFICATION CODE

Furniture Design and Technology

MSF50313

Timber and Composites Machining (Flat Panel Machining)

Certificate III

Timber and Composites Machining (Solid Timber Machining)

Certificate III

MSF30313

Furnishing

Certificate II

MSF20113

MSF30313

BE SKILLED WITH SHORT COURSES We have a huge range of short courses including Statements of Attainment. These are always being developed and updated, and can give you everything from basic foundations to advanced specialised career skills. Explore TAFENSW.EDU.AU or call us on 131 601 for the latest.

BUILDING, CONSTRUCTION AND PROPERTY

Civil Construction Design

Spatial Information Services Surveying

Gas Supply Industry Operations

Civil Construction (Road Construction and Maintenance)

Certificate III

Civil Construction (Timber Bridge Construction and Maintenance)

Certificate III

Civil Construction Plant Operations

Certificate III

RII30815

Drilling Operations

Certificate III

RII31815

Surveying and Spatial Information Services

Certificate III

CPP30216

RII30915

RII30915

Cleaning Operations

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BUSINESS AND FINANCE From the point of conception to the point of sale, the varied roles of Business and Finance underpin one of the largest sectors of the Australian economy. The skills you develop and finetune will open countless career doors, and can be applied across all sectors.

EMPLOYMENT GROWTH Strong to very strong job

GROWTH

Whether you are interested in small or large enterprises, specialist work or general management roles, TAFE NSW offers a range of Business and Finance qualifications that will provide insight into organisational productivity and business success. Focus your skills on Accounting and Finance, Human Resources, Training and Assessment, Marketing, or Sales and Retail. Or learn to lead and manage across all areas to ensure your business is organised for ongoing success. Whatever your passion or direction in this challenging and rewarding sector, your knowledge will be transferrable across multiple industries ensuring your career progresses.

is expected in the future for Project Administrators, Advertising and Marketing Professionals, Human Resource Managers, Chief Executives, Managing Directors, Business Analysts, Accountants and Finance Managers.

WHY CHOOSE TAFE NSW?

Source: joboutlook.gov.au

Strong industry connections. Affiliations with the Institute of Public Accountants (IPA), the Financial Planning Association (FPA) and Certified Practising Accountants (CPA) Australia, Australian Marketing Institute (AMI), Australian Institute of Project Management (AIPM), Price Waterhouse Coopers (PwC). As well as retail giants such as David Jones, Myer, Mimco, Freedom, Ikea, Witchery and Country Road. Opens career doors. Specialist qualifications and our strong industry networks mean many work placements lead students into full-time jobs. Strong study pathways. TAFE NSW offers a range of Business and Finance related degree programs. Arrangements with universities also create pathways to other degree-level studies, and the Australian Graduate Management Consortium offers you a pathway to masters-level studies. Study to suit you. Flexible course delivery is available for many courses: full-time, part-time, or online so you can fit study around your commitments and lifestyle. Global prospects. Gain technical knowledge, creative-thinking and specialised skills that are highly sought after by employers around the world. International study tours mean you may also have the opportunity to travel as part of your course.

AT A GLANCE STUDY AREAS Business, Leadership and Management

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Accounting and Finance

21

Human Resources, Training and Assessment

13

Marketing

3

Sales and Retail

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BUSINESS, LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT Whether you are just starting out or already have experience in a business role, a TAFE NSW course in Business, Leadership and Management will provide you with insight and inspiration, as well as skills

in business strategy, operational execution and effective team management. A TAFE NSW qualification in Business, Leadership and Management means you can thrive in a range of environments.

IS IT RIGHT FOR YOU?

COURSES WE OFFER INCLUDE:

§§ Are you professional and ethical?

§§ Business

§§ Are you a team player? §§ Are you interested in problem solving? §§ Are you well organised? §§ Are you a good communicator? §§ Do you love to lead and inspire?

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

“I studied online but I still had access to the teachers for support, and nothing was too much trouble. It was a fantastic experience and now I have the knowledge to run my own business.” L INDA, DIPLOMA OF BUSINESS

§§ Supervisor, Team Leader or Manager

§§ Leadership and Management §§ Business Administration §§ Project Management §§ International Business §§ New Small Business

§§ Program or Project Administrator §§ Executive Officer §§ Executive Assistant §§ Customer Services Manager

§§ Legal Services

§§ Small Business Owner/ Manager

§§ Medical Administration

§§ Office Manager

§§ Are you diplomatic?

§§ Program or Project Administrator

§§ Are you driven and focused?

§§ Office Administrator §§ Medical Practice Manager

BASIC SKILLS TO TOPNOTCH CAREERS Certificate III in Business (BSB30115)

Certificate IV in Business (BSB40215)

Diploma in Business (BSB50215)

TAFE NSW Bachelor of Business (HE20514)

GET ONLINE Customer Service Advisor, and careers in payroll and offices in a range of sectors

Variety of roles at supervisor level

Team Leader, Supervisor, Trainee Executive

General Manager, Operations Manager, advertising and marketing professional, or business professional across a range of enterprises and industries

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ACCOUNTING AND FINANCE

“What I love about working in accounting and also studying accounting at TAFE is that there is a great cycle that happens. If you have a question, you are always in a position to ask it because the teachers and my fellow students all have great experience and knowledge.” JAMES, ADVANCED DIPLOMA OF ACCOUNTING

Expertise in Accounting and Finance is essential for business success. TAFE NSW offers a wide range of courses in this sector, providing you with the

knowledge and skills to deliver accounting and financial services to projects and ventures, both here in Australia and overseas.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

IS IT RIGHT FOR YOU?

COURSES WE OFFER INCLUDE:

§§ Are you good at problem solving?

§§ Accounting

§§ Financial Planner

§§ Bookkeeping

§§ Accountant

§§ Financial Planning

§§ Mortgage Broker

§§ Small Business Management

§§ Bank Manager

§§ Do you enjoy working with numbers? §§ Are you able to analyse information? §§ Are you well organised?

§§ Budget Manager

§§ Financial Services

§§ Payroll Manager

§§ Banking Services

§§ Financial Auditor/Analyst

§§ Mortgage Broking

§§ Bookkeeper §§ Accounts Supervisor

BASIC SKILLS TO TOPNOTCH CAREERS Certificate III in Accounts Administration (FNS30315)

Roles in accounts and payroll, and access to an exciting range of careers in many sectors

Certificate IV in Accounting (FNS40615) or Certificate IV in Finance and Mortgage Broking (FNS40815)

Financial Services Sales Consultant, Lending Officer or Team Leader, Senior Accounts Clerk

TAFE NSW Bachelor of Applied Commerce (Accounting major) (HE20532)

TAFE NSW Bachelor of Applied Commerce (Financial Planning major) (HE20531)

Accountant, Business Investment Analyst, Financial Analyst, Institutional Banking Analyst

Financial Planner, Investment Advisor

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BUSINESS AND FINANCE

HUMAN RESOURCES, TRAINING AND ASSESSMENT High-quality, well-trained staff are the greatest assets of a successful organisation. Whether you are interested in human resource management, recruitment and

IS IT RIGHT FOR YOU? §§ Are you tactful and trustworthy?

development, or Work Health and Safety, TAFE NSW can provide you will skills to stand out in a variety of roles in this indispensable sector.

COURSES WE OFFER INCLUDE: §§ Human Resources (HR) §§ Human Resources Management

§§ Do you like solving problems? §§ Are you diplomatic?

§§ Vocational Education and Training

§§ Are you a good communicator?

§§ Training Design and Development

§§ Are you good with conflict resolution?

§§ Training and Assessment

§§ Do you thrive when working within a defined set of rules?

§§ Work Health and Safety

Certificate IV in Human Resources (BSB41015)

Customer Service Advisor and roles in payroll and in offices in all sectors

A range of innovative HR roles

Human Resources Managers can earn on average

$1,886 per week.

§§ Human Resources Director or Manager

Source: joboutlook.gov.au

§§ Grievance Officer (Workplace Relations) §§ Human Resources Administrator, Officer or Coordinator §§ Recruitment Consultant §§ Trainer or Assessor §§ WHS Specialist or Consultant §§ Safety, Health and Wellbeing Advisor

BASIC SKILLS TO TOPNOTCH CAREERS Certificate III in Business (BSB30115)

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

EARNING POTENTIAL

TAFE NSW Bachelor of Business (HE20514) Diploma of Human Resources Management (BSB50615)

Human Resources Advisor/Consultant

Take your career to a higher level. This degree allows you to finetune commerce and management skills to your sector.

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BUSINESS AND FINANCE “TAFE has taught me a lot of different skills that I have been able to implement into my role. The teachers were really friendly, and because they had come from a marketing background, they knew exactly what it was that we were going to be dealing with in our jobs.” E BRU, ADVANCED DIPLOMA IN MARKETING

MARKETING Marketing plays an essential role in the growth of any business and is a dynamic and exciting career choice. Develop your business skills and learn to analyse customer and market data, obtain valuable insights to

inform decisions and create successful campaigns with a nationally recognised marketing qualification from TAFE NSW.

IS IT RIGHT FOR YOU?

COURSES WE OFFER INCLUDE:

§§ Do you enjoy working with people?

§§ Business

§§ Do you have excellent communication skills?

§§ Marketing and Communications

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES §§ Marketing Director or Manager §§ Assistant Brand Manager §§ Market Research Analyst

§§ Are you professional and ethical?

§§ Public Relations Executive §§ Account Coordinator

§§ Are you friendly?

§§ Media Buyer or Planner

§§ Do you have good analytical skills?

§§ Client Services or Account Manager

§§ Are you creative?

§§ Strategic Planner §§ Social Media Strategist §§ User-Experience Manager

BASIC SKILLS TO TOPNOTCH CAREERS Certificate IV in Marketing and Communication (BSB42415)

Marketing Researcher, Marketing Coordinator

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Diploma of Marketing and Communication (BSB52415)

Managerial role with marketing focus

TAFE NSW Bachelor of Business (HE20514) Advanced Diploma of Marketing and Communication (BSB61315)

Marketing Manager, Marketing Strategist

Take your career to a higher level. This degree allows you to finetune commerce and management skills to your sector.

GET ONLINE  TAFENSW.EDU.AU is always updated with the latest course information.

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BUSINESS AND FINANCE

SALES AND RETAIL Whether it is a global franchise or a corner store, business is not business without sales. From retail assistant to business development manager, employment opportunities continue to grow and our

expert and industry-experienced teachers will show you how to make your mark in this exciting and interactive sector.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

IS IT RIGHT FOR YOU?

COURSES WE OFFER INCLUDE:

§§ Do you enjoy working with people?

§§ Retail Management

§§ Retail Manager

§§ Retail Services

§§ Business Development Manager

§§ Do you have good communication skills? §§ Are you motivated and dependable? §§ Are you friendly?

§§ Business Sales §§ Visual Merchandising §§ Customer Engagement §§ Leadership

“In the course I learned new skills and gained a lot of confidence. The information was really relevant and it’s given me the experience and knowledge I need to work in retail.” C OURTNEY, CERTIFICATE III IN RETAIL

§§ Supply and Distribution Manager §§ Visual Merchandiser §§ Retail Buyer §§ Sales Executive §§ Retail Supervisor §§ Sales Assistant

BASIC SKILLS TO TOPNOTCH CAREERS Certificate III in Retail (SIR30216)

Store Supervisor, Shift Manager, Buyer, Retail Supervisor, Merchandise Coordinator, Sales Supervisor

Certificate IV in Retail Management (SIR40316)

Store or Department Manager, Retail or Sales Manager, Merchandise Manager, Sales Representative

TAFE NSW Bachelor of Business (HE20514) Diploma of Leadership and Management (BSB51915)

Team Leader, Supervisor, Store Manager

Take your career to a higher level. This degree allows you to finetune commerce and management skills to your sector.

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TAFE NSW OFFERS OVER 1,200 COURSES, INCLUDING DEGREES. VISIT TAFENSW.EDU.AU FOR THE FULL PICTURE.

BUSINESS AND FINANCE

ACCOUNTING AND FINANCE

BUSINESS, LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT

BUSINESS, LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT

COURSE

QUALIFICATION CODE

COURSE

QUALIFICATION CODE

Graduate Certificate

BSB80515

Sport and Recreation Management

Diploma

SIS50115

Sustainable Practice

Diploma

HE20517

Business Sales

Certificate IV

BSB40615

Certificate IV

BSB40315

Certificate III

BSB30215

Certificate II

BSB20215

Health Administration

Certificate IV

HLT47315

Legal Services

Certificate IV

BSB42215

New Small Business

Certificate IV

BSB42615

Procurement and Contracting

Certificate IV

PSP40616

Project Management Practice

Certificate IV

BSB41515

Purchasing

Certificate IV

BSB41615

Retail Management

Certificate IV

SIR40316

COURSE

QUALIFICATION CODE

Applied Commerce (Accounting major)

Bachelor Degree

HE20532

Applied Commerce (Financial Planning major)

Bachelor Degree

HE20531

Graduate Diploma

BSB80615

Associate Degree

HE20522

Bachelor Degree

HE20514

Advanced Diploma

FNS60215

Advanced Diploma

BSB60215

Diploma

FNS50215

Diploma

BSB50215

Banking Services Management

Diploma

FNS50915

Certificate IV

BSB40215

Finance and Mortgage Broking Management

Certificate III

BSB30115

Diploma

FNS50315

Certificate II

BSB20115

Financial Counselling

Diploma

Certificate I

BSB10115

Advanced Diploma

BSB61015

Diploma

BSB51915

Certificate IV

BSB42015

Advanced Diploma

SIT60116

Business Administration (Education)

Certificate III

BSB30915

Diploma

SIT50116

Certificate III

BSB31015

Graduate Diploma

Business Administration (Legal)

HE20515

Certificate III

BSB31115

Diploma

BSB50415

Business Administration (Medical)

Certificate IV

BSB40515

Competitive Systems and Practices

Certificate III

MSS30316

Certificate III

BSB30415

Certificate II

MSS20316

Health Administration

Certificate III

HLT37315

Micro Business Operations

Certificate III

BSB30315

Accounting

Financial Planning

Management (Learning)

CHC51115

Diploma

FNS50615

Diploma

FNS51815

Certificate IV

FNS41815

Certificate III

FNS30115

Quality Auditing

Diploma

BSB51615

Accounting

Certificate IV

FNS40615

Banking Services

Certificate IV

FNS42015

Bookkeeping

Certificate IV

FNS40215

Credit Management

Certificate IV

FNS40115

Finance and Mortgage Broking

Certificate IV

FNS40815

Accounts Administration

Certificate III

FNS30315

Financial Services

COURSE ALSO DELIVERED ONLINE AT TAFEDIGITAL.EDU.AU

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Business

Leadership and Management

Travel and Tourism Management Applied Commerce

Business Administration

Customer Engagement

Fitness (specialising in Management)

Diploma

SIS50215

Hospitality Management

Diploma

SIT50416

International Business

Diploma

BSB50815

Project Management

Diploma

BSB51415

Retail Leadership

Diploma

SIR50116

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TAFE NSW OFFERS OVER 1,200 COURSES, INCLUDING DEGREES. VISIT TAFENSW.EDU.AU FOR THE FULL PICTURE.

BUSINESS AND FINANCE

HUMAN RESOURCES, TRAINING AND ASSESSMENT

MARKETING

COURSE

QUALIFICATION CODE

COURSE

Adult Language, Literacy and Numeracy Practice

Graduate Diploma

Management (Human Resources)

Advanced Diploma

BSB60915

Adult Education

Diploma

HE20508

Human Resources Management

Diploma

BSB50615

SALES AND RETAIL

Sustainable Practice

Diploma

HE20517

COURSE

QUALIFICATION CODE

Training Design and Development

Diploma

TAE50216

Applied Fashion Design and Merchandising

Advanced Diploma

MST60116

Source: joboutlook.gov.au

Vocational Education and Training

Diploma

TAE50116

Retail Leadership

Diploma

SIR50116

Visual Merchandising

Diploma

SIR50217

EARNING POTENTIAL

Diploma

BSB51315

Business Sales

Certificate IV

BSB40615

Certificate IV

BSB41415

Certificate IV

BSB40315

Certificate IV

CHC40213

Certificate III

BSB30215

Certificate III

CHC30213

Certificate II

BSB20215

Human Resources

Certificate IV

BSB41015

Retail Management

Certificate IV

SIR40316

Training and Assessment

Certificate IV

TAE40116

Retail

Certificate III

SIR30216

Certificate II

SIR20216

Certificate I

SIR10116

Work Health and Safety Education Support

TAE80113

Marketing and Communication

Customer Engagement

Retail Services COURSE ALSO DELIVERED ONLINE AT TAFEDIGITAL.EDU.AU

QUALIFICATION CODE

JOB OPPORTUNITIES

Advanced Diploma

BSB61315

Diploma

BSB52415

Certificate IV

BSB42415

There are

124,900 Office Managers in Australia. You could be the next one!

On average a marketing professional earns

$1,694 per week. Source: joboutlook.gov.au

BE SKILLED WITH SHORT COURSES We have a huge range of short courses including Statements of Attainment. These are always being developed and updated, and can give you everything from basic foundations to advanced specialised career skills. Explore TAFENSW.EDU.AU or call us on 131 601 for the latest.

ENROL TODAY TAFENSW.EDU.AU OR 131 601

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COMMUNITY SERVICES When you work in Community Services, your people skills, compassion and expertise make a real difference to people in your community. TAFE NSW provides a range of qualifications and can give your career a helping hand with flexible, stimulating and nationally recognised courses.

Whether you’re focused on working as an aged care worker, a social worker for homeless teens, a disability worker, or would like to make a difference through public service, TAFE NSW is the smart choice. We are Australia’s largest vocational training provider with courses starting at a level to suit you, across a variety of community and public service disciplines. Whatever your area of interest, you can develop specialist skills in case management and the delivery of service programs to provide care, assistance and support for people.

JOB OPPORTUNITIES There are over

49,600 Welfare Support Workers in Australia. Source: joboutlook.gov.au

WHY CHOOSE TAFE NSW? Opens career doors. Many courses have inbuilt, hands-on work experience with leading Community Services organisations. Many placements lead directly to full-time employment. Recognised and respected. TAFE NSW delivers nationally recognised community services qualifications that are sought-after by both government and non-government organisations.

AT A GLANCE STUDY AREAS

Strong industry connections. Partnerships with and links to renowned community services organisations such as Mission Australia, Lifeline and Anglicare. State-of-the-art facilities. We work closely with industry to ensure you train in world-class facilities and have access to the latest technology and equipment. Study to suit you. Flexible course delivery is available for many courses: full-time, part-time, or online so you can fit study around your commitments and lifestyle.

CHOICE OF PROGRAMS

Aged Care

6

Childcare

5

Community Services

20

The Disability Sector

3

Translation, Interpreting and Languages

10

Government

8

Public Safety

7

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COMMUNITY SERVICES

AGED CARE Australia has an ageing population, which is increasing demand for Aged Care and related services. Working with older Australians can be a rewarding, meaningful and important career choice. You can be instrumental in improving quality of life. And with exciting technological

developments and other advances, there are loads of career options and openings. TAFE NSW and an Aged Care career might be a great fit for you.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

IS IT RIGHT FOR YOU?

COURSES WE OFFER INCLUDE:

§§ Are you empathetic?

§§ Aged Care

§§ Aged Care Worker

§§ Do you have good communication skills?

§§ Allied Health

§§ Aged Care Supervisor

§§ First Aid

§§ Care Team Leader

§§ Health Services Assistance

§§ Enrolled Nurse

§§ Are you interested in working with people? §§ Are you patient?

§§ Home and Community Care §§ Leisure and Health

“TAFE NSW brought out the best in me in terms of community development, what you need to do to become a community leader, and to really help out your community. It was through TAFE NSW that I really learnt the skills that I am now utilising in my professional and community development work.” F RANK NEWAH-JARFOI, TAFE NSW AMBASSADOR AND COMMUNITY SERVICES GRADUATE

§§ Personal Care Worker §§ Program Coordinator §§ Residential Care Officer

§§ Nursing

BASIC SKILLS TO TOPNOTCH CAREERS Certificate III in Individual Support (CHC33015)

Personal care roles

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Certificate IV in Ageing Support (CHC43015)

Team Leader, Unit Supervisor, other roles in residential care

Diploma of Nursing (HLT54115)

Enrolled Nurse

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CHILDCARE JOB OPPORTUNITIES Over

50,000 childcare workers are needed. Source: joboutlook.gov.au

If you love working with children and want to help kids grow and develop, TAFE NSW has plenty of early childhood education study options to help you enter the

industry and advance. Enjoy a deeply rewarding career where you can connect with young minds and inspire learning and growth.

IS IT RIGHT FOR YOU?

COURSES WE OFFER INCLUDE:

§§ Do you love working with children?

§§ Early Childhood §§ Education Support

§§ Are you professional and ethical? §§ Do you demonstrate good judgement and initiative?

§§ School Age Education and Care

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES §§ Childcare Centre Owner/ Manager §§ Childcare Assistant §§ Early Childhood Educator §§ Early Childhood Teacher §§ Nanny

§§ Are you observant and patient?

§§ Outside of School Hours (OOSH) Assistant

§§ Do you want to make a difference?

§§ Preschool Educator

BASIC SKILLS TO TOPNOTCH CAREERS Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care (CHC30113)

Nanny or work in childcare or family day care

Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care (CHC50113)

Educator in a childcare facility

TAFE NSW Bachelor of Early Childhood Education and Care (Birth-5) (HE20510)

Early Childhood Teacher in long day care, preschools and integrated child and family services

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COMMUNITY SERVICES

COMMUNITY SERVICES A day at work in Community Services means supporting people to make positive changes in their lives. If you are driven to help others, while also being passionate about

your own career progression and future job prospects, TAFE NSW has a range of courses that will help you achieve your goals.

IS IT RIGHT FOR YOU?

COURSES WE OFFER INCLUDE:

§§ Are you patient?

§§ Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Primary Health Care

§§ Do you have good communication skills? §§ Are you energetic and passionate about your community? §§ Are you able to work independently?

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES §§ Alcohol and Drugs Worker

EARNING POTENTIAL The average weekly salary for a community worker is

$1,139 Source: joboutlook.gov.au

§§ Case Worker/Manager §§ Community Worker

§§ Client Assessment and Case Management

§§ Mental Health Support Worker

§§ Community Services and Welfare

§§ Youth Worker

§§ Counselling

§§ Are you professional and ethical?

§§ Mental Health §§ Youth Work and Justice

BASIC SKILLS TO TOPNOTCH CAREERS Certificate III in Community Services (CHC32015)

Community Service Worker

Certificate IV in Community Services (CHC42015)

Case Worker

Diploma of Community Services (CHC52015) or Diploma of Community Services (Case Management) (CHC52015)

TAFE NSW Bachelor of Community Services (HE20528)

Case Manager, Community Services Coordinator

Community Services roles in everything from management to intervention to specialist practice

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COMMUNITY SERVICES “I chose TAFE NSW to study individual support in disability as that’s the career path I want to take. The course was interesting and very informative. The teachers were so awesome and helpful and always made you feel welcome. Now I’ve finished, I have plenty of opportunity to get work and further my career.” D AMIEN, CERTIFICATE III IN INDIVIDUAL SUPPORT (DISABILITY)

THE DISABILITY SECTOR Are you seeking a role in Australia’s most dynamic social reform? The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is here and TAFE NSW has the qualifications to ensure you can deliver individual-focused support

and innovation. You can help empower people while providing a positive environment that will encourage participation and the realisation of aspirations.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

IS IT RIGHT FOR YOU?

COURSES WE OFFER INCLUDE:

§§ Are you professional and ethical?

§§ Allied Health

§§ Allied Health Assistant

§§ Community Services

§§ Disability Support Officer

§§ Disability Services

§§ Local Area Coordinator

§§ Individual Support

§§ Personal Care Worker

§§ Leisure and Health

§§ Recreational Officer

§§ Are you patient? §§ Can you communicate well? §§ Are you passionate about supporting people with a disability?

§§ Self Employed Provider §§ Support Worker

§§ Can you work independently?

§§ Team Leader §§ Trainer/Assessor

BASIC SKILLS TO TOPNOTCH CAREERS Certificate III in Individual Support (CHC33015)

Accommodation Support Worker, Disability Services Worker, Personal Care Giver, Respite Care Worker

Certificate IV in Disability (CHC43115)

Diploma of Community Services (CHC52015)

Roles in behavioural or community-based support, Disability Team Leader, senior roles in personal care

Case Coordinator, Case Management Supervisor, Community Services Worker, Program Coordinator, Team Leader

TAFE NSW Bachelor of Community Services (HE20528)

Community Services roles in everything from management to intervention to specialist practice

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TRANSLATION, INTERPRETING AND LANGUAGES Embrace multiculturalism and bridge worlds with a fulfilling career in languages. TAFE NSW courses in Translation, Interpreting and Languages will enhance your linguistic ability and provide you with skills to open

dialogue and build understanding. You can work in a variety of teaching or communication management roles across many exciting industries.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

IS IT RIGHT FOR YOU?

COURSES WE OFFER INCLUDE:

§§ Are you a good communicator?

§§ AUSLAN (Sign Language)

§§ Teacher

§§ Are you professional and ethical?

§§ Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL)

§§ Interpreter

§§ Are you patient?

§§ Interpreting

§§ Can you think technically?

COMMUNITY SERVICES MANY COUNTRIES

27 countries have English as their secondary ‘official’ language.

§§ Translator §§ Business Support Officer §§ Community Services Worker

§§ Would you like to help others?

BASIC SKILLS TO TOPNOTCH CAREERS Certificate III in AUSLAN (Sign Language) (22077VIC)

Disability Advisor, Business Support Officer, Interpreter, Translator

Certificate IV in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (10638NAT)

Teacher of English to Speakers of Other Languages

Diploma of Interpreting (LOTE – English) (PSP50916)

Community Services Worker, Business Support Advisor, Interpreter, Translator, Tourism Officer

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COMMUNITY SERVICES

GOVERNMENT Working for a Government organisation can be a thought-provoking and meaningful career, allowing you to provide leadership and guidance to others and develop new practices and procedures that will improve

your community. Take advantage of a range of roles at Federal, State or Local Government level with TAFE NSW courses that are linked to the Government and Public sectors.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

IS IT RIGHT FOR YOU?

COURSES WE OFFER INCLUDE:

§§ Are you professional and ethical?

§§ Government

§§ Local Council Employee

§§ Local Government

§§ State and/or Commonwealth Public Sector Worker

§§ Are you patient? §§ Can you communicate well? §§ Do you take pride in helping people?

§§ Procurement and Contracting §§ Regulatory Services §§ Rural Operations

§§ Can you work independently?

§§ Policy and Planning Manager §§ Council Administrative Assistant

BASIC SKILLS TO TOPNOTCH CAREERS Certificate II in Rural Operations (AHC21216)

Entry level roles in rural industries or agencies

Certificate IV in Local Government (Regulatory Services) (LGA40504)

Broad range of Local Government roles

Certificate IV in Government (PSP40116)

Wide range of roles including Public Land Administrator, Public Sector HR Officer, Revenue Administrator, Border Protection Officer

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PUBLIC SAFETY If you are a courageous and community-minded person keen to help maintain public safety, TAFE NSW offers a range of courses suitable for both experienced

professionals and those new to the industry. Find work in firefighting and emergency management, where your knowledge and skills could make all the difference.

IS IT RIGHT FOR YOU?

COURSES WE OFFER INCLUDE:

§§ Are you a good communicator?

§§ Emergency Management

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES §§ Disaster Recovery Manager

§§ Emergency Operations

§§ Do you enjoy problem solving?

§§ Emergency Manager in all sectors

§§ Firefighting

§§ Are you a ‘people’ person?

§§ Firefighting Operations

§§ Emergency Response Worker

§§ Are you quick-thinking?

§§ Emergency Response Officer

§§ Are you tactful and trustworthy?

§§ Fire Fighter (Rural or Urban) §§ Emergency Service Supervisor

BASIC SKILLS TO TOPNOTCH CAREERS Certificate III in Public Safety (Firefighting Operations) (PUA30713)

Firefighter (urban or rural), Emergency Worker

Certificate IV in Public Safety (Firefighting Supervision) (PUA40313)

Firefighting Supervisor (urban or rural)

Diploma of Public Safety (Firefighting Management) (PUA50513)

Advanced Diploma of Public Safety (Emergency Management) (PUA60112)

Firefighting Manager, first-level management in a public safety agency

Emergency Manager, Disaster Recovery Manager, Public Safety Manager

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TAFE NSW OFFERS OVER 1,200 COURSES, INCLUDING DEGREES. VISIT TAFENSW.EDU.AU FOR THE FULL PICTURE. AGED CARE

COMMUNITY SERVICES

COURSE

QUALIFICATION CODE

COURSE

QUALIFICATION CODE

Nursing

Diploma

HLT54115

Ageing Support

Certificate IV

CHC43015

Client Assessment and Case Management

Graduate Certificate

CHC82015

Individual Support

Certificate III

CHC33015

HE20528

Individual Support (Ageing)

Certificate III

CHC33015

Bachelor Degree

Individual Support (Ageing, Home and Community)

Diploma

CHC52015

Certificate III

CHC33015

Certificate IV

CHC42015

Individual Support (Home and Community)

Certificate III

CHC33015

Certificate III

CHC32015

CHILDCARE COURSE

QUALIFICATION CODE

Early Childhood Education and Care (Birth-5)

Bachelor Degree

HE20510

Early Childhood Education and Care

Diploma

CHC50113

Certificate III

CHC30113

School Age Education and Care

Diploma

CHC50213

Certificate IV

CHC40113

Please refer to the Health and Fitness section for more information on Health related career options and courses.

COURSE ALSO DELIVERED ONLINE AT TAFEDIGITAL.EDU.AU

Community Services

Certificate II

CHC22015

Community Services (specialising in Case Management)

Diploma

CHC52015

Aboriginal Studies for Professional and Community Practice

Diploma

10225NAT

Diploma

CHC53215

Certificate IV

CHC43215

Diploma

CHC51015

Diploma

CHC53315

Certificate IV

CHC43315

Diploma

CHC50413

Certificate IV

CHC40413

Mental Health Peer Work

Certificate IV

CHC43515

Mental Health Peer Work (Carer Peer Work)

Certificate IV

CHC43515

Mental Health Peer Work (Consumer Peer Work)

Certificate IV

CHC43515

Youth Justice

Certificate IV

CHC40513

Mentoring Aboriginal and/ or Torres Strait Islander People

Certificate III

10650NAT

Alcohol and Other Drugs Counselling Mental Health Youth Work

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COMMUNITY SERVICES

GOVERNMENT

COURSE

QUALIFICATION CODE

Disability

QUALIFICATION CODE

COURSE

QUALIFICATION CODE

Certificate IV

Diploma

PSP50116

Certificate IV

PSP40116

Public Safety (Emergency Management)

Advanced Diploma

PUA60112

Local Government (Regulatory Services)

Certificate IV

LGA40504

Public Safety (Firefighting Management)

Diploma

PUA50513

Procurement and Contracting

Certificate IV

PSP40616

Public Safety (Firefighting Supervision)

Certificate IV

PUA40313

TRANSLATION, INTERPRETING AND LANGUAGES

Local Government

Certificate III

LGA30104

PUA30613

COURSE

QUALIFICATION CODE

Certificate III

LGA30304

Interpreting (LOTE-English)

Diploma

PSP50916

Local Government (Operational Works)

Certificate III Public Safety (Firefighting and Emergency Operations) Certificate II

Certificate II

LGA20204

Certificate III

PUA30713

Interpreting (with a focus on Arabic)

Diploma

PSP50916

Rural Operations

Certificate II

AHC21216

Certificate II

PUA20713

Interpreting (with a focus on Cantonese)

Diploma

PSP50916

Interpreting (with a focus on Korean)

Diploma

PSP50916

Interpreting (with a focus on Mandarin)

Diploma

PSP50916

Interpreting (with a focus on Spanish)

Diploma

PSP50916

Interpreting (with a focus on Vietnamese)

Diploma

PSP50916

Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages

Certificate IV

10638NAT

Certificate III

22077VIC

Certificate II

22075VIC

Individual Support (Disability)

Certificate III

Individual Support (Home and Community)

Certificate III

Auslan

CHC43115 CHC33015 CHC33015

COURSE

PUBLIC SAFETY

Government

Public Safety (Firefighting Operations)

PUA20613

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We have a huge range of short courses including Statements of Attainment. These are always being developed and updated, and can give you everything from basic foundations to advanced specialised career skills. Explore TAFENSW.EDU.AU or call us on 131 601 for the latest.

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ENGINEERING AND ELECTROTECHNOLOGY Sustainability, innovation, skills shortages, robotics, the digital age – there has never been a more exciting time to work in Engineering and Electrotechnology. It’s a sector that’s always advancing, so take the opportunity to build a brighter future for yourself and the planet.

You’ll learn with specialist simulators, industry-standard software and a range of renewable-energy training facilities. You might even work on our mini-hydroelectric system or wind-powered generator. Our learning environments are as industry-realistic as possible. TAFE NSW study can lead you to a wide range of industries including aviation, construction, manufacturing or robotics. Whatever you do, you’ll be hands-on, work with different technologies, and have different challenges and rewards every day.

WELL-PAID JOB An average weekly wage for a full-time Electronics Engineer or Engineering Manager is

WHY CHOOSE TAFE NSW? Strong industry connections. Associate membership of Engineers Australia may be available to advanced diploma graduates who complete work experience. Evolving industry partnerships always keep training relevant and up-to-date.

$2,240 Source: joboutlook.gov.au

Job-ready and sustainable focus. From sustainable technologies to communication and CAD skills, your learning is always focused on what is needed in tomorrow’s workplace. Pathways to degrees. Your diploma or advanced diploma may be recognised as credit towards a Bachelor of Engineering.

AT A GLANCE

Study an associate degree. Study the TAFE NSW Associate Degree of Applied Engineering (Renewable Energy Technologies) and become a renewable energy specialist.

STUDY AREAS Electrotechnology

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State-of-the-art facilities. Our workshops and studios are set up just like you’ll find in your career, with fabrication workshops, CAD studios, 3D printers and fully equipped labs.

Engineering

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Air-Conditioning and Refrigeration

CHOICE OF PROGRAMS

3

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ENGINEERING AND ELECTROTECHNOLOGY

ELECTROTECHNOLOGY The digital age is creating an unprecedented demand for electricians specialising in telecommunications, instrumentation, security and electronic control systems, and information technology. Electrical trades and electronics influence almost every aspect of daily life. Studying at TAFE NSW means you’ll always work

closely with technology to maintain, repair and create custom solutions. You can even connect your studies to a degree at a university, or study the TAFE NSW Associate Degree of Applied Engineering (Renewable Energy Technologies).

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

IS IT RIGHT FOR YOU?

COURSES WE OFFER INCLUDE:

§§ Do you enjoy getting technical?

§§ Instrumentation

§§ Electrician (Licensed)

§§ Electrical Fitting

§§ Instrumentation and Control Technician

§§ Do you like detailed work and using your hands? §§ Do you want to maintain, repair and create custom solutions?

§§ Electronics §§ Power Systems

“My TAFE training has been the cornerstone to gaining a job and embarking on a rewarding and successful career path in sheetmetal manufacturing.” M ICHAEL, CERTIFICATE III IN ENGINEERING (LIGHT FABRICATION)

§§ Electronics and Communications Technician §§ Electrical Fitter §§ Machine Repair Tradesperson

§§ Are you good at maths?

§§ Switchgear and Control Gear Tradesperson §§ Security System Installer

BASIC SKILLS TO TOPNOTCH CAREERS Certificate III in Electrotechnology Electrician (available as an apprenticeship) (UEE30811)

A career as an Electrician or Electrical Mechanic

Diploma of Electrical Engineering (UEE50411)

Engineering Technologist or a range of related electrical engineering careers

TAFE NSW Bachelor of Business (HE20514) TAFE NSW Associate Degree of Applied Engineering (Renewable Energy Technologies) (HE20502)

Specialist and Engineer careers in renewable and sustainable energy

Take your career to a higher level. This degree allows you to finetune commerce and management skills to your sector.

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ENGINEERING AND ELECTROTECHNOLOGY SKILL SHORTAGE There are

great opportunities for Electricians, Electrical Engineers, and Mechanical Engineers.

ENGINEERING If you enjoy creative solutions, solving problems and working with machines and technology, then engineering and mechanical engineering could be for you. With developments in robotics and mechanical technologies, now is the time to get up-skilled for the future. Opportunities are opening up across industries from healthcare to construction. Build your career while helping to build a sustainable future.

“Since finishing my studies, I have established my own electrical company. I’ve got future plans to study project management and take on an apprentice of my own.” L UKE, CERTIFICATE III IN ELECTROTECHNOLOGY

IS IT RIGHT FOR YOU?

COURSES WE OFFER INCLUDE:

§§ Are you curious about how things work?

§§ Applied Engineering (Renewable Energy Technologies)

§§ Do you enjoy technical and mechanical activities? §§ Do you like to look outside the box to find the best solution? §§ Do you love gadgets and machines?

§§ Engineering - Technical (Mechanical) §§ Engineering (CNC Programming) §§ Engineering (Fabrication)

BASIC SKILLS TO TOPNOTCH CAREERS Certificate IV in Engineering Drafting (MEM40412)

Diploma of Engineering Technical (Mechanical) (MEM50212)

Engineering Draftsperson, Mechanical Engineering Draftsperson

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Maintenance Technician, Mechanical Engineering Technician, Mechatronics Technician

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES §§ Engineering Technician §§ Mechanical Engineer §§ Fabrication Tradesperson §§ Fluid Power Systems Engineer §§ CNC Specialist §§ Renewable Energy Technology Engineer

TAFE NSW Bachelor of Business (HE20514) TAFE NSW Associate Degree of Applied Engineering (Renewable Energy Technologies) (HE20502)

Renewable/ Sustainable Energy Specialist/Engineer

Take your career to a higher level. This degree allows you to finetune commerce and management skills to your sector.

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ENGINEERING AND ELECTROTECHNOLOGY

AIR-CONDITIONING AND REFRIGERATION The heating, ventilation, air-conditioning and refrigeration industry (HVAC&R) is growing, driven by population growth, globalisation, consumer trends and climate change. Air-conditioning and Refrigeration professionals cover both electrical and mechanical areas, so careers are unique and varied. And with strong wages, interesting work and plenty of opportunity to build a long-term career, it’s never been a better time to get into an HVAC&R career.

“At TAFE I fitted in. I wasn’t treated as a child, and that helped me. When I finished the course, I had interviews with all companies, and was offered a load of apprenticeships. I took up the job with NECA. I want to travel with the trade, you can go anywhere once you’re qualified.”

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

IS IT RIGHT FOR YOU?

COURSES WE OFFER INCLUDE:

§§ Want a career in an everevolving industry?

§§ Refrigeration Engineering

§§ Paraprofessional Engineer

§§ Project Management

§§ Air-Conditioning System Installer

§§ Be part of driving technology? §§ Keen on a growing industry with an energy focus?

§§ Air-Conditioning Mechanics §§ HVAC&R Design

BASIC SKILLS TO TOPNOTCH CAREERS Certificate II in Engineering (MEM20105)

Air-Conditioning Split System Installer (meets licensing requirements)

Certificate III in Air-Conditioning and Refrigeration (UEE32211)

Air-Conditioning and Refrigeration Technician or Tradesperson (meets licensing requirements)

Diploma of Air-Conditioning and Refrigeration Engineering (UEE51211)

Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning Technical Officer

DYLAN NARSAMMA (PICTURED), INDIGENOUS ELECTRICAL PRE-APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAM​

§§ Split Air-Conditioning Installer §§ Project Manager

TAFE NSW Bachelor of Business (HE20514) Take your career to a higher level. This degree allows you to finetune commerce and management skills to your sector.

GET ONLINE T AFENSW.EDU.AU is always updated with the latest course information.

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ENGINEERING AND ELECTROTECHNOLOGY

ELECTRONICS AND ELECTROTECHNOLOGY

ELECTRONICS AND ELECTROTECHNOLOGY

COURSE

QUALIFICATION CODE

COURSE

QUALIFICATION CODE

Applied Engineering (Renewable Energy Technologies)

Associate Degree

HE20502

ESI - Power Systems - Rail Traction

Certificate III

UET30712 AUR30716

UEE62211

Outdoor Power Equipment Technology

Certificate III

Electrical - Engineering

Advanced Diploma

Certificate II

AUR20816

Engineering Technology Electrical

Advanced Diploma

Security Equipment

Certificate III

UEE31411

UEE62111

Certificate II

UEE22011

Engineering Technology Electronics

Advanced Diploma

Electrotechnology (Career Start)

UEE61711

Security Assembly and Set-up Certificate II

Electrical Engineering

Diploma

UEE50411

Electronics and Communications Engineering

Diploma

UEE50511

Electrical - Instrumentation

Certificate IV

UEE40411

Electrical - Rail Signalling

Certificate IV

UEE41211

Electrotechnology - Systems Electrician

Certificate IV

UEE40611

GROWING INDUSTRY

Industrial Electronics and Control

Certificate IV

UEE40911

Certificate IV

UEE42211

Electronics and Electrotechnology industry revenue is expanding and will reach over

Instrumentation and Control

.

TAFE NSW OFFERS OVER 1,200 COURSES, INCLUDING DEGREES. VISIT TAFENSW.EDU.AU FOR THE FULL PICTURE.

Certificate III

UEE31211

Electrical Fitting

Certificate III

UEE33011

Electrical Machine Repair

Certificate III

UEE30611

Electronics and Communications

Certificate III

UEE30911

Electrotechnology Electrician

Certificate III

UEE30811

ESI - Power Systems Distribution Cable Jointing

Certificate III

UET30812

ESI - Power Systems Distribution Overhead

Certificate III

UET30612

UEE21611

$2.5 billion over the next few years. Source: joboutlook.gov.au

COURSE ALSO DELIVERED ONLINE AT TAFEDIGITAL.EDU.AU

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ENGINEERING

ENGINEERING AND ELECTROTECHNOLOGY

ENGINEERING

REFRIGERATION AND AIR-CONDITIONING

COURSE

QUALIFICATION CODE

COURSE

QUALIFICATION CODE

COURSE

QUALIFICATION CODE

Engineering (Mechanical)

Advanced Diploma

MEM60112

Engineering - Fabrication Trade (Blacksmithing)

Certificate III

MEM30305

Air-conditioning and Refrigeration Engineering

Diploma

UEE51211

Engineering - Advanced Trade

Diploma

MEM50105

Engineering - Fabrication Trade (Heavy Fabrication)

Certificate III

MEM30305

Diploma

UEE51111

Diploma

MEM50212

Certificate III

MEM30505

Engineering - Fabrication Trade (Light Fabrication)

Certificate III

MEM30305

Engineering Technology Refrigeration and Air-conditioning

UEE32211

Diploma

MEM50212

Certificate III

MEM30205

Air-conditioning and Refrigeration

Certificate III

Engineering - Technical (Mechanical)

Engineering - Mechanical Trade

Engineering - Technical (Mechatronics)

Diploma

MEM50212

Engineering - Mechanical Trade (Toolmaking)

Certificate III

MEM30205

Hydraulic Services Design

Diploma

CPC50612

Locksmithing

Certificate III

MEM30805

Diploma

PMB50116

Certificate III

MSA30208

Certificate IV

PMB40116

Manufacturing Technology (CAD/Drafting)

Certificate IV

MEM40105

Mobile Plant Technology

Certificate III

AUR31216

Certificate II

MEM20105

Outdoor Power Equipment Technology

Certificate III

AUR30716

Sawdoctoring

Certificate III

FWP30716

Engineering - Technical

Polymer Technology

Engineering

Certificate I

MEM10105

Engineering (CNC Programming)

Certificate IV

MEM40105

Certificate III

MEM31010

Engineering (Heavy Fabrication)

Watch and Clock Service and Repair

Certificate IV

MEM40105

Electronics

Certificate II

UEE21911

Engineering (Fluid Power)

Certificate IV

MEM40105

Certificate II

MEM20205

Engineering Drafting

Certificate IV

MEM40412

Engineering - Production Technology Engineering Pathways

Certificate II

MEM20413

Outdoor Power Equipment Technology

Certificate II

AUR20816

Manufacturing Technology (CAD/Drafting)

Certificate IV

MSA40108

Agricultural Mechanical Technology

Certificate III

AUR30416

Engineering - Fabrication Trade

Certificate III

MEM30305

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HAIRDRESSING AND BEAUTY If you want a profession where you can help people look and feel their best, unleash your creative capabilities and gain skills you can take anywhere in the world, study Hairdressing and Beauty with TAFE NSW.

JOB OPPORTUNITIES Over the next four years the number of Beauty Therapists is predicted to increase to

Learn from expert, industry-experienced teachers, graduate with confidence, and be equipped to build your career as a hair, beauty or massage professional. We will ensure you learn the latest techniques while gaining practical skills and hands-on experience in our purposebuilt learning facilities. TAFE NSW has nationally recognised qualifications for every stage of your career, and we are passionate about quality training that employers trust.

WHY CHOOSE TAFE NSW? Strong industry connections. Partnerships with beauty icons such as De Lorenzo, Sydney Fashion Week, Joico, Schwarzkopf and Matrix. We also work with Trades Recognition Australia (TRA) in the recognition of international qualifications in Australia. Global prospects. Hairdressing and Beauty offers you transferable skills that you can take anywhere in the world. Real experience for the real world. Train in our specialist hair salons on real clients. You can also build your portfolio and showcase your styles in fashion parades, exhibitions and photo displays. Opens career doors. Many of our work placements lead students to full-time jobs.

25,000 Source: joboutlook.gov.au

“Winning gold at WorldSkills was super exciting. My teacher encouraged me to go in the competition and I definitely wouldn’t have done it unless she pushed me the whole way. Later this year I will be going into the international competition.” K AY-LEE, DIPLOMA OF BEAUTY THERAPY

AT A GLANCE STUDY AREAS

CHOICE OF PROGRAMS

Beauty and Massage

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Hairdressing

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HAIRDRESSING AND BEAUTY

BEAUTY AND MASSAGE In Beauty and Massage, you will explore a fascinating blend of ‘people’ and ‘scientific’ skills that you can apply to help people feel great. Industry-experienced educators will help you develop the skills and knowledge

IS IT RIGHT FOR YOU? §§ Do you have good communication skills? §§ Do you have creative flair? §§ Are you a trendsetter? §§ Are you friendly and diplomatic?

required to provide beauty treatments such as electrolysis, massages, facials, manicures, pedicures and waxing.

COURSES WE OFFER INCLUDE:

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

§§ Beauty Therapy

§§ Beautician

§§ Remedial Massage

§§ Beauty Salon Manager

§§ Specialist Make-Up

§§ Beauty Therapist

§§ Retail Cosmetics

§§ Make-Up Artist

§§ Nail Technology

§§ Massage Therapist

§§ Salon Assistant

§§ Nail Technician

§§ Salon Management

§§ Retail Cosmetic Assistant

“I’m doing the course and also working, so it’s great. I have that amazing combination of study and experience so I’m setting myself up for the future.” R OMEO, DIPLOMA OF SPECIALIST MAKE-UP .

§§ Special Effects Make-Up Artist

BASIC SKILLS TO TOPNOTCH CAREERS Certificate IV in Beauty Therapy (SHB40115)

Beauty Therapist or Salon Manager

Diploma of Remedial Massage (HLT52015)

TAFE NSW Bachelor of Business (HE20514) Diploma of Beauty Therapy (SHB50115)

Take your career to a higher level. This degree allows you to finetune commerce and management skills to your sector.

Remedial Massage Therapist

Specialist Beauty Therapist

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HAIRDRESSING AND BEAUTY INDUSTRY GROWTH Jobs in hairdressing are expected to

GROW STRONGLY

HAIRDRESSING Do you love experimenting with hair and watching the latest styling trends? Whether you want to work in a salon or behind the scenes in fashion or film, TAFE NSW hairdressing and barbering courses will give you the knowledge and skills you need to become

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

IS IT RIGHT FOR YOU?

COURSES WE OFFER INCLUDE:

§§ Do you have good communication skills?

§§ Barbering

§§ Barber

§§ Hairdressing

§§ Hairdresser

§§ Salon Management

§§ Hairdressing Apprentice

§§ Hairdressing short courses

§§ Salon Owner or Manager

up until 2020. Source: joboutlook.gov.au

an expert in cutting, colouring, styling and management. From entry level to advanced creative to salon-management, our courses will help you develop, refine and showcase your style.

§§ Do you have creative flair? §§ Do you have an interest in fashion and current trends? §§ Are you friendly and diplomatic?

§§ Salon Assistant §§ Senior Colourist §§ Senior Stylist §§ Stylist

BASIC SKILLS TO TOPNOTCH CAREERS Certificate III in Hairdressing (SHB30416)

Diploma of Remedial Massage (HLT52015)

TAFE NSW Bachelor of Business (HE20514) Diploma in Salon Management (SHB50216)

Take your career to a higher level. This degree allows you to finetune commerce and management skills to your sector.

Hairdresser, Stylist, Barber, Technical Specialist

Remedial Massage Therapist

Salon Manager or Owner

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BEAUTY AND MASSAGE

#

HAIRDRESSING

COURSE

QUALIFICATION CODE

COURSE

QUALIFICATION CODE

Intense Pulsed Light and Laser Hair Reduction

Graduate Certificate

SIB70110

Salon Management

Diploma

SHB50216

Salon Management

Diploma

SHB50216

Certificate IV

SHB40216

Screen and Media (specialising in Specialist Make-up Services)

Certificate III

SHB30416

Diploma

CUA51015

Barbering

Certificate III

SHB30516

Salon Assistant

Certificate II

SHB20216

Remedial Massage

Diploma

HLT52015

Diploma

SHB50115

Certificate IV

SHB40115

Massage Therapy

Certificate IV

HLT42015

Beauty Services

Certificate III

SHB30115

Make-Up

Certificate III

SHB30215

Nail Technology

Certificate III

SHB30315

Retail Cosmetics

Certificate II

SHB20116

Salon Assistant

Certificate II

SHB20216

Beauty Therapy

HAIRDRESSING AND BEAUTY

You must be employed as an apprentice hairdresser to enrol in Certificate III in Hairdressing

Hairdressing

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BE SKILLED WITH SHORT COURSES “As a mature-aged student making a career change, it’s been a fabulous opportunity to express my creative side. The salon at TAFE is brand-new and purpose-built, and the teaching staff have been so supportive.”

We have a huge range of short courses including Statements of Attainment. These are always being developed and updated, and can give you everything from basic foundations to advanced specialised career skills. Explore TAFENSW.EDU.AU or call us on 131 601 for the latest.

R ENÉ, CERTIFICATE II IN HAIRDRESSING

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HEALTH AND FITNESS A broad range of TAFE NSW Health and Fitness courses means you can help other people on their journey towards health, fitness and wellbeing. Whether you are interested in health sciences or the sport and fitness industry, there are many employment opportunities in this crucial and growing sector.

INDUSTRY GROWTH

VERY STRONG

Health and Fitness incorporates a wide and exciting variety of disciplines and roles. Whether you are just starting out or you’re an industry veteran looking to further your knowledge, a nationally recognised qualification from TAFE NSW gives you the best and most focused training you can get. Take advantage of our expert teachers, state-of-the-art facilities and extensive industry connections to gain specialist skills and find your dream job. Choose careers in everything from healthcare support to personal training, or take a TAFE NSW pathway to a degree.

industry development is predicted for Nurses, Nutrition Professionals, Fitness Instructors, and Fitness and Sports Centre Managers. Source: joboutlook.gov.au

WHY CHOOSE TAFE NSW? Strong industry connections. Established and dynamic employer networks including NSW Health, Ramsay Health Care, Healthscope, Oxley Home Care, Local Health Districts and San Education. Recognised and respected. Our nationally accredited Health and Fitness qualifications are highly valued by government and non-government organisations.

AT A GLANCE STUDY AREAS

State-of-the-art facilities. From gyms to labs to healthcare facilities, we ensure you have access to the latest technologies and work with the newest equipment.

Dental Industry

Study to suit you. Flexible course delivery is available for many courses: full-time, part-time, or online so you can fit study around your commitments and lifestyle.

Healthcare, Audiometry and Optical

Pathways to nursing degrees. Gain credit from the TAFE NSW Diploma of Nursing at nine different Australian universities, including ACU, Newcastle, Wollongong, WSU, Charles Sturt and UTS.

First Aid

CHOICE OF PROGRAMS 7 5 27

Laboratory Science

5

Nursing

5

Nutrition

5

Sport, Fitness and Recreation

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HEALTH AND FITNESS

DENTAL INDUSTRY Good dental health and hygiene are direct indicators of overall health, and can also boost people’s confidence and wellbeing. Work in a secure growth industry where you can deliver expert advice to support people of all ages to maintain good dental health and a winning smile.

“Studying at TAFE was a wonderful experience for me. I needed to gain an understanding of the Australian dental system to be able to pass my exams and practice here. The teacher helped me to get where I am today.” NAMITA, CERTIFICATE III IN DENTAL ASSISTING

IS IT RIGHT FOR YOU?

COURSES WE OFFER INCLUDE:

§§ Are you empathetic?

§§ Dental Prosthetics

§§ Do you have good communication skills?

§§ Dental Technology

§§ Are you interested in healthcare?

§§ Dental Assisting

BASIC SKILLS TO TOPNOTCH CAREERS

Dental Assistant roles including in practice administration or radiography

A Dental Assistant earns on average

$846 per week. Source: joboutlook.gov.au

§§ Dental Assistant and Radiographer §§ Dental Hygienist §§ Dental Nurse §§ Dental Prosthetist

§§ Are you tactful and trustworthy?

Certificate IV in Dental Assisting (HLT45015)

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

EARNING POTENTIAL

Diploma of Dental Technology (HLT55115)

Dental Technician responsible for construction and repair of dental ‘appliances’

TAFE NSW Bachelor of Business (HE20514) Advanced Diploma of Dental Prosthetics (HLT65015)

Take your career to a higher level. This degree allows you to finetune commerce and management skills to your sector.

Independent Dental Prosthetist practitioner

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FIRST AID

JOB OPPORTUNITIES First aid certification is

WELL REGARDED by all employers, and a requirement for some roles in many industries, including childcare, education, fitness and leisure, disability care, community services and health. Source: joboutlook.gov.au

First Aid knowledge and skills can be the difference between life and death for a workmate, family member, a stranger on the street, or even yourself. Whether you need it for your workplace, your club, in another setting

or would just like peace of mind, TAFE NSW offers the latest in first aid training. First Aid is not just a useful skill, it could also help save a life and minimise the impact of injuries.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

IS IT RIGHT FOR YOU?

COURSES WE OFFER INCLUDE:

§§ Do you like to be prepared?

§§ First Aid

§§ First Aid Officer

§§ Advanced First Aid

§§ Advancement in all sectors

§§ Do you work in a role where you come into contact with lots of people?

§§ First Aid in an Education and Care Setting

§§ Are you quick thinking?

BASIC SKILLS TO TOPNOTCH CAREERS Provide First Aid # (HLTAID003)

First Aid Officer

Provide Advanced First Aid # (HLTAID006)

TAFE NSW Bachelor of Business (HE20514) Manage First Aid Services and Resources (HLTAID008) #

Advanced First Aid Officer

Take your career to a higher level. This degree allows you to finetune commerce and management skills to your sector.

Workplace First Aid

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HEALTHCARE, AUDIOMETRY AND OPTICAL Nurture your desire to help others and make a positive impact every day in the rapidly evolving world of healthcare. TAFE NSW can provide you with a wide range of clinical, technical and administrative healthcare skills for careers in this diverse and growing sector.

IS IT RIGHT FOR YOU?

COURSES WE OFFER INCLUDE:

§§ Do you have great attention to detail?

§§ Aboriginal Primary Healthcare

§§ Do you enjoy working with others?

§§ Audiometry

§§ Are you interested in health and wellbeing? §§ Do you have good communication skills?

§§ Allied Health §§ Optical Dispensing §§ Pathology Assistance

Certificate IV in Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Primary Health Care Practice (HLT40213)

Aboriginal Health Worker - Admin Support, Aged and Disability Care or Health Promotion

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

R ANDA, CERTIFICATE IV IN OPTICAL DISPENSING

§§ Aboriginal Health Worker §§ Health Care Assistant §§ Pathology Technical Officer §§ Pharmacy Technician §§ Optical Dispensing Technician

§§ Health Services

BASIC SKILLS TO TOPNOTCH CAREERS Certificate III in Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Primary Health Care (HLT30113)

“TAFE was face-to-face and I gained a lot from the other students as well as the teachers. My teacher was passionate about science and brought the subject to life for me. I went for the knowledge and it has now opened up my horizons.”

TAFE NSW Bachelor of Business (HE20514) Diploma of Aboriginal Studies for Professional and Community Practice (10225NAT)

Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander Health Care Practitioner, Community Care Worker

Take your career to a higher level. This degree allows you to finetune commerce and management skills to your sector.

Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander Community Outreach Officer, Business Engagement Manager

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HEALTH AND FITNESS SALARY The average weekly pay for science technicians is

$1,013 Source: joboutlook.gov.au

LABORATORY SCIENCE If you have an enquiring mind and thrive on details, a TAFE NSW course is your nationally recognised key to the amazing blend of science and problem-solving that careers in Laboratory Science offer. Be connected to fascinating work in research laboratories and test

centres, and graduate with work-ready skills and the most up to date knowledge of laboratory techniques, data interpretation, fieldwork and reporting. You could be qualified for technician or analyst roles across a range of industries, including biotechnology and forensics.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

IS IT RIGHT FOR YOU?

COURSES WE OFFER INCLUDE:

§§ Are you diligent?

§§ Laboratory Skills

§§ Laboratory Attendant

§§ Do you enjoy practical work?

§§ Laboratory Techniques

§§ Technical Assistant

§§ Laboratory Technology

§§ Field Assistant

§§ Do you enjoy teamwork?

§§ Medical Laboratory Officer

§§ Are you interested in detailed work?

§§ Laboratory Technician §§ Pathology Technician

“TAFE was very good at being hands-on. We did a lot of experiments and used a lot of different instrumentation which helped with all the industry learning.”

§§ Forensic Technician §§ Laboratory Supervisor §§ Laboratory Manager

JOSHUA, CERTIFICATE IV IN LABORATORY TECHNIQUES

BASIC SKILLS TO TOPNOTCH CAREERS Certificate III in Laboratory Skills (MSL30116)

Certificate IV in Laboratory Techniques (MSL40116)

TAFE NSW Bachelor of Business (HE20514) Diploma of Laboratory Technology (MSL50116)

Take your career to a higher level. This degree allows you to finetune commerce and management skills to your sector.

A huge variety of laboratory roles starting at assistant level

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Laboratory Technical Assistant, Technician, Instrument Operator

Calibration Officer, Laboratory Technician, Technical Officer, Analyst

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NURSING A career in Nursing can truly make a difference to the lives of people and communities. As the health sector expands, Nursing is becoming increasingly complex and important. TAFE NSW maintains up-to-date and expert

training for roles within and related to nursing including Enrolled Nurse. If you have a positive outlook, patience and a desire to care for others, graduate with a TAFE NSW qualification and make a real difference.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

IS IT RIGHT FOR YOU?

COURSES WE OFFER INCLUDE:

§§ Are you empathetic?

§§ Nursing

§§ Enrolled Nurse

§§ Do you communicate well?

§§ Allied Health Assistance

§§ Nursing Support

§§ Do you enjoy working with people?

§§ Health Services

§§ A range of roles in healthcare

“I’m really looking forward to applying the skills that I have learnt on this course to my first job. Knowing what I know now, I feel confident to start work as an Enrolled Nurse. The experience from my teachers was so rich and they were so helpful and supportive along the way. TAFE NSW has set me up with the confidence, skills and practical experience, and now I’m excited to start gathering more specialised experience in the fields that I’m interested in.” SAMANTHA, DIPLOMA OF NURSING

§§ Are you dedicated and energetic?

BASIC SKILLS TO TOPNOTCH CAREERS Certificate III in Health Services Assistance (Assisting in Nursing Work in Acute Care) (HLT33115)

Nursing Assistant in public and private acute care, aged care or health facilities.

Diploma in Nursing (HLT54115)

Eligible to be registered as an Enrolled Nurse with the Nurse Registration Board of NSW.

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NUTRITION The Nutrition sector continues to grow as people become more aware of the impact of diet and lifestyle on wellbeing and health. An ever-evolving combination of disciplines – which include biology, chemistry and psychology – makes Nutrition careers unique and fascinating.

If you are passionate about supporting healthy eating with motivational and scientific advice, boost your career with a Nutrition qualification designed in partnership with employers and delivered by TAFE NSW.

IS IT RIGHT FOR YOU?

COURSES WE OFFER INCLUDE:

§§ Are you a ‘people’ person?

§§ Nutrition and Dietetics

§§ Are you interested in health and wellbeing?

§§ Health Support Services

§§ Would you like to help people live their best life?

§§ Allied Health

Certificate III in Allied Health Assistance (HLT33015)

A gateway to nutrition-related careers including Nutrition Assistant

Allied Health Assistant in public and private acute care, aged care or health facilities, client homes

§§ Health Assistant (nutrition and dietetics) §§ Nutrition Assistant §§ Food Service Worker §§ Food Safety Supervisor

BASIC SKILLS TO TOPNOTCH CAREERS Certificate III in Health Support Services (Food Services) (HLT33215)

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

TAFE NSW Bachelor of Business (HE20514) Certificate IV in Allied Health Assistance (Nutrition and Dietetics) (HLT43015)

Take your career to a higher level. This degree allows you to finetune commerce and management skills to your sector.

A range of senior roles related to nutrition and dietetics in private and public settings

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SPORT, FITNESS AND RECREATION Our qualifications in Sport, Fitness and Outdoor Recreation can help you inspire others to achieve their recreational and fitness goals. Understand how the industry works, share the latest health insights and enjoy engaging people in a variety of activities.

When you study at TAFE NSW you will have the opportunity to get hands-on in our simulated or real-world facilities, which means you’ll always be ahead of the pack no matter what your career stage.

IS IT RIGHT FOR YOU?

COURSES WE OFFER INCLUDE:

§§ Are you active and outgoing?

§§ Outdoor Recreation §§ Sport and Recreation Management

§§ Do you have good communication skills? §§ Are you physically fit and have mental stamina? §§ Do you enjoy working with people?

§§ Fitness §§ Sport Development §§ Sports Coaching §§ Aquatics and Community Recreation

“TAFE’s really good because you get that face-to-face contact and you’re learning from people who are still working in the industry.” DAVE, DIPLOMA OF RECREATION AND FITNESS

BASIC SKILLS TO TOPNOTCH CAREERS Certificate III in Fitness (Gym Instructor) (SIS30315)

Gym or Fitness Instructor

Certificate IV in Fitness (SIS40215)

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

“TAFE is so great because it has all the cutting-edge equipment and the facilities really prepare you for when you’re going to go out in the fitness industry. TAFE have really got it right. There are no gaps. It’s very seamless all the way through.” ELLE, DIPLOMA OF SPORT AND RECREATION MANAGEMENT

§§ Aquatic Operations Coordinator §§ Fitness Instructor/ Manager §§ Leisure Services Officer §§ Outdoor Recreation Activity Guide/Instructor §§ Personal Trainer §§ Recreation Coordinator/ Officer §§ Sports Centre Manager §§ Sports Program Manager §§ Sport and Recreation Administrative Officer

TAFE NSW Bachelor of Business (HE20514) Diploma of Fitness (SIS50215)

Take your career to a higher level. This degree allows you to finetune commerce and management skills to your sector.

Fitness Leader, Personal Trainer

Advanced Personal Trainer, Fitness Services Coordinator, Personal Training Manager

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TAFE NSW OFFERS OVER 1,200 COURSES, INCLUDING DEGREES. VISIT TAFENSW.EDU.AU FOR THE FULL PICTURE.

HEALTH AND FITNESS

DENTAL INDUSTRY

HEALTHCARE, AUDIOMETRY & OPTICAL

HEALTHCARE, AUDIOMETRY & OPTICAL COURSE

QUALIFICATION CODE

Optical Dispensing

Certificate IV

HLT47815

Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Primary Health Care

Certificate III

HLT30113

Business Administration (Medical)

Certificate III

BSB31115

Health Services Assistance

Certificate III

HLT33115

Health Services Assistance (Assisting in Nursing Work in Acute Care)

Certificate III

HLT33115

COURSE

QUALIFICATION CODE

COURSE

QUALIFICATION CODE

Dental Prosthetics

Advanced Diploma

HLT65015

Diploma

10225NAT

Dental Technology

Diploma

HLT55115

Aboriginal Studies for Professional and Community Practice

Diploma

HLT57415

Dental Assisting

Certificate IV

HLT45015

Certificate III

HLT35015

Dental Assisting (General Anaesthesia and Conscious Sedation)

Certificate IV

Dental Assisting (Oral Health Promotion)

Certificate IV

HLT45015

Dental Assisting (Radiography)

Certificate IV

HLT45015

HLT45015

Certificate IV

HLT47415

Practice Management

Diploma

HLT57715

Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Primary Health Care Practice

Certificate IV

HLT40213

Certificate IV

HLT43015

Certificate III

HLT33015

Certificate III

HLT33215

Allied Health Assistance (Community Rehabilitation)

Health Support Services (Food Services)

Certificate IV

HLT43015

Sterilisation Services

Certificate III

HLT37015

Allied Health Assistance (Nutrition and Dietetics)

Certificate IV

HLT43015

Health Support Services

Certificate II

HLT23215

Allied Health Assistance (Occupational Therapy)

Certificate IV

HLT43015

Allied Health Assistance (Physiotherapy)

Certificate IV

HLT43015

Allied Health Assistance (Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy)

Certificate IV

HLT43015

Allied Health Assistance (Podiatry)

Certificate IV

HLT43015

Certificate IV

SIR40116

Certificate III

SIR30116

Certificate II

SIR20116

Community Pharmacy Dispensary

Certificate IV

SIR40216

Hospital/Health Services Pharmacy Support

Certificate IV

HLT47115

Medical Practice Assisting

Certificate IV

HLT47715

Allied Health Assistance

FIRST AID COURSE

QUALIFICATION CODE

Ageing Support

Certificate IV

CHC43015

Certificate IV

HLT43015

Certificate III

HLT33015

Health Services Assistance

Certificate III

HLT33115

Individual Support

Certificate III

CHC33015

Allied Health Assistance

Audiometry

Community Pharmacy

COURSE ALSO DELIVERED ONLINE AT TAFEDIGITAL.EDU.AU

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LABORATORY SCIENCE COURSE

QUALIFICATION CODE

Laboratory Technology

Diploma

MSL50116

Laboratory Techniques

Certificate IV

MSL40116

Laboratory Skills

Certificate III

MSL30116

Pathology Assistance

Certificate III

HLT37415

Pathology Collection

Certificate III

HLT37215

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SPORTS, FITNESS AND OUTDOOR RECREATION QUALIFICATION CODE

Client Assessment and Case Graduate Management Certificate

HLT54115

Nursing

Diploma

CHC43015

Ageing Support

Certificate IV

CHC82015

Health Services Assistance (Assisting in Nursing Work in Acute Care)

Certificate III

HLT33115

Individual Support

Certificate III

CHC33015

NUTRITION COURSE

QUALIFICATION CODE

COURSE

QUALIFICATION CODE

Sport Development

Diploma

SIS50612

Sports Turf Management

Diploma

AHC51016

Diploma

CHC53415

Certificate IV

CHC43415

Diploma

HLT52015

Certificate IV

SIS40215

Certificate III

SIS30315

Certificate IV

HLT42015

Certificate IV

SIS40313

Certificate III

SIS30413

Leisure and Health Remedial Massage Fitness Massage Therapy Outdoor Recreation

Certificate II

SIS20213

Sports Turf Management

Certificate IV

AHC40816

HLT43015

Aquatics and Community Recreation

Certificate III

SIS31015

Certificate III

HLT33215

Fitness (Group Exercise Instructor)

Certificate III

SIS30315

Certificate II

HLT23215

Fitness (Gym Instructor)

Certificate III

SIS30315

Sports Turf Management

Certificate III

AHC31316

Sport and Recreation

Certificate III

SIS30115

Sport Coaching

Certificate III

SIS30713

Sport and Recreation

Certificate II

SIS20115

Sport Coaching

Certificate II

SIS20513

Diploma

CHC53415

Certificate IV

CHC43415

Allied Health Assistance (Nutrition and Dietetics)

Certificate IV

Health Support Services (Food Services) Health Support Services

Leisure and Health

HEALTH AND FITNESS

COURSE ALSO DELIVERED ONLINE AT TAFEDIGITAL.EDU.AU

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BE SKILLED WITH SHORT COURSES We have a huge range of short courses including Statements of Attainment. These are always being developed and updated, and can give you everything from basic foundations to advanced specialised career skills. Explore TAFENSW.EDU.AU or call us on 131 601 for the latest.

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INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY Dynamic and progressive, the Information and Communications Technology (ICT) industry continues to evolve and excite. The need for technical support and creative solutions paves the way for ongoing innovation and growth, with skilled ICT professionals remaining in high demand.

TAFE NSW is a leading provider of training for the ICT sector. Choose from a wide range of courses and career paths across multiple industries with specialisations matched to current and developing technologies. Our digital and IT students learn skills applied to current and beta technology that’s in demand in the workforce, from cloud-based technology to mobile, and big data analytics to social technologies. Whether you are interested in a technical support role, the creation of systems and software, cyber-security, or the design of games and websites, ICT is an exciting career choice and an expanding industry critical to Australia’s future.

EMPLOYMENT PROSPECTS There will be a need for

WHY CHOOSE TAFE NSW?

1OO,000

Opens career doors. Specialised skills include the creative thinking and technical knowledge prized by employers.

more workers in the IT sector by 2020.

Strong industry connections. Many networking opportunities with companies such as Cisco, Microsoft, SAP Australia, VMware and EMC.

Source: Australian Computer Society Report, 2015

State-of-the-art facilities. At TAFE NSW, you will go beyond the traditional classroom, and step into an advanced online world of ICT learning. Hands-on education. High-tech computer laboratories include a pull-apart workshop for hardware testing, networking tasks, and virus research and removal. Quality teachers. Experts in their field and up-to-date with the latest industry technology, our teachers are passionate industry insiders.

AT A GLANCE STUDY AREAS Information and Communications Technology

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INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY

INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY The Australian Government aims to be among the world’s leading digital economies by 2020*, meaning ICT employment prospects have never been better. Software publishing and games design alone are due to grow by 75% in the next 10 years. An ICT course with

TAFE NSW can help you begin, develop or reach the top of your career. From certificate through diploma to degree, TAFE NSW is your ICT training centre of excellence.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

IS IT RIGHT FOR YOU?

COURSES WE OFFER INCLUDE:

§§ Do you enjoy working with technology and supporting others?

§§ 3D Art and Animation

§§ Business Systems Analyst

§§ Cyber Security

§§ E-Business and E-Learning Developer

§§ Do you enjoy problem solving? §§ Are you willing to continually update your skills?

§§ Digital and Interactive Media §§ Digital Literacy §§ Game Design and Development

§§ Are you a team player?

§§ Information Technology

§§ Do you have good analytical skills?

§§ IT Support and Helpdesk

§§ Are you digitally creative? §§ Do you enjoy practical, hands-on technical learning?

§§ Networking and Systems Administration §§ Programming and App Development §§ Web Development and Design

§§ Digital Animator §§ Games Designer/Developer/ Programmer §§ Interactive Digital Media Developer §§ Network Administrator/ Analyst/Technician/ Engineer §§ Network Security Engineer §§ Programmer §§ Systems Administrator/ Analyst §§ Web Administrator/ Designer/Developer

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INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY MANY EMPLOYERS: Australia’s ICT industry generates revenues of

“The content provided in my course was fantastic and TAFE NSW has invaluable industry contacts with great potential job opportunities. I participated in CySCA (Cyber Security Challenge Australia) three times and competed as a leader in the last two events. Network Security is an ever-growing industry and the content in the course has been great at preparing us for working in the sector.”

$85bn

each year, and ICT workers account for 4.1% of the total workforce. JOB OPPORTUNITIES: It is predicted that software publishing and video game design will grow by approximately

75%

T HOMAS, BACHELOR OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (NETWORK SECURITY)

in the next 10 years. Source: IBSA Environment Scan 2012; ABS, IBIS World

BASIC SKILLS TO TOPNOTCH CAREERS Certificate IV in Web Based Technologies (ICT40315) or Certificate IV in Information Technology and Networking (ICT40415)

Website Developer, Programmer, Network Support Officer

Diploma of Information Technology (ICT50115)

ICT Office Manager, Application Support Officer, Website Manager

Advanced Diploma of Information Technology (ICT60115)

TAFE NSW Bachelor of Information Technology (Network Security) (HE20524)

Software Manager, Enterprise Architecture Manager, Enterprise Application Integration Consultant

Network Security Specialist

TAFE NSW Bachelor of Information Technology (Data Infrastructure Engineering) (HE20525)

Data Infrastructure Engineer

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FUTURE GROWTH

INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY

INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY

COURSE

QUALIFICATION CODE

COURSE

QUALIFICATION CODE

Telecommunications Network Engineering

Graduate Diploma

ICT80415

Information Technology Networking

Diploma

ICT50415

Information Technology and Graduate Strategic Management Certificate

Certificate IV

ICT40415

ICT80115

Diploma

ICT50315

3D Art and Animation

HE20520

Information Technology Systems Administration Software Development

Diploma

ICT50715

Diploma

ICT50815

Degree

Future industry growth for ICT Support Technicians and Computer Network Professionals is predicted to be

STRONG

Information Technology (Data Infrastructure Engineering)

Degree

HE20525

Systems Analysis and Design

Information Technology (Network Security)

Degree

HE20524

Telecommunications Engineering

Diploma

ICT51015

Creative Product Development

Advanced Diploma

Website Development

Diploma

ICT50615

CUA60415

Certificate IV

ICT40215

Advanced Diploma

Information Technology Support

with growth for Database and Systems Administrators, ICT Security Specialists, Software and Applications Programmers, ICT Managers and Telecommunications Technical Specialists predicted to be very strong.

ICT60115

Programming

Certificate IV

ICT40515

Sources: joboutlook.gov.au

Diploma

ICT50115

Certificate IV

ICT41215

Certificate IV

ICT40115

Telecommunications Engineering Technology

Information Technology Business Analysis

Advanced Diploma

Web-Based Technologies

Certificate IV

ICT40315

ICT60315

BE SKILLED WITH SHORT COURSES

Information Technology Project Management

Advanced Diploma

Certificate IV

ICT40315

ICT60415

Web-Based Technologies (specialising in Design and Development)

Advanced Diploma

Certificate III

ICT30115

Network Security

ICT60215

Certificate II

ICT20115

Database Design and Development

Diploma

ICT50515

We have a huge range of short courses including Statements of Attainment. These are always being developed and updated, and can give you everything from basic foundations to advanced specialised career skills. Explore TAFENSW.EDU.AU or call us on 131 601 for the latest.

Diploma

ICT50215

Certificate IV

ICT40915

Diploma

ICT50915

Certificate IV

ICT40815

Information Technology

Digital and Interactive Games Digital Media Technologies

COURSE ALSO DELIVERED ONLINE AT TAFEDIGITAL.EDU.AU

Information, Digital Media and Technology

Certificate I

ICT10115

Telecommunications Digital Reception Technology

Certificate III

ICT30215

Telecommunications Technology

Certificate III

ICT30515

Computer Assembly and Repair

Certificate II

UEE20511

Telecommunications Technology (specialising in Cabling)

Certificate II

ICT20315

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LIBRARY AND INFORMATION SERVICES People have always collected, catalogued and treasured information and data. In today’s digital, information-rich world, Library and Information Services professionals play an increasingly vital role by ensuring equal access to resources, providing spaces for people to connect and share information, and instilling a love of learning.

Sharing knowledge makes us all grow together. Studying Library and Information Services can lead to a career in both the public and private sectors, including business, media, government, museums, galleries and in education institutions.

STRONG SALARY

TAFE NSW teachers and staff have specialist experience across a range of library operations including cataloguing, database management, digitisation, web design, collection development, and reader advisory and reference services. Our industry-placement options are supported by hundreds of libraries and facilities so you can put your learning into practice.

Archivists, Curators and Records Managers can earn an average weekly income of

$1,595

WHY CHOOSE TAFE NSW?

Source: joboutlook.gov.au

Opens career doors. Supported by hundreds of NSW libraries our industry placement options help you put your learning into practice. Many of our work placements lead students into fulltime work. Recognised and respected. TAFE NSW has built its reputation on delivering trusted, industry aligned and nationally accredited courses. Strong industry connections. Our industry-experienced teachers deliver qualifications in line with current and emerging library and information science practices, including our diploma which is accredited by the Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA). Pathways to degrees. You may be able to fast-track your library or information services studies and gain credit towards a degree at Charles Sturt University, UTS or Australian Catholic University.

AT A GLANCE STUDY AREAS Library and Information Services

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LIBRARY AND INFORMATION SERVICES

LIBRARY AND INFORMATION SERVICES

Do you enjoy helping people discover new things? Do you like sharing facts that excite and inspire? As a custodian of information, you will learn to catalogue, organise, digitise and maintain resources of all varieties. Use your thirst for learning to help people access information, and preserve and treasure knowledge for generations to come.

IS IT RIGHT FOR YOU?

COURSES WE OFFER INCLUDE:

§§ Do you have an appreciation for culture and art history?

§§ Information and Cultural Services §§ Library Services

§§ Are you objective and methodical?

§§ Cataloguing and Catalogue Maintenance

§§ Do you enjoy research?

§§ Collection Management

§§ Are you organised?

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

“I absolutely loved the course. The teachers are such professional people. They like to push you to get the best out of you.”

JILLIAN, LIBRARY AND INFORMATION SERVICES GRADUATE

§§ Archive Manager §§ Collection Manager §§ Information Officer §§ Librarian §§ Library Officer or Technician

§§ Do you enjoy working with people and technology?

BASIC SKILLS TO TOPNOTCH CAREERS Certificate III in Library and Information Services (BSB31215)

A gateway to a range of careers in libraries, collections and galleries

Certificate IV in Library and Information Services (BSB42115)

Information Officer in libraries, galleries, heritage offices, museums or in the arts

Diploma of Library and Information Services (BSB52115)

Researcher, Collections Manager, Technician in a gallery, library or museum

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TAFE NSW OFFERS OVER 1,200 COURSES, INCLUDING DEGREES. VISIT TAFENSW.EDU.AU FOR THE FULL PICTURE.

LIBRARY AND INFORMATION SERVICES COURSE Library and Information Services Information and Cultural Services

QUALIFICATION CODE Diploma

BSB52115

Certificate IV

BSB42115

Certificate III

BSB31215

Certificate II

CUA20515

COURSE ALSO DELIVERED ONLINE AT TAFEDIGITAL.EDU.AU

GROWING INDUSTRY Over the past five years Gallery, Library and Museum Technicians job growth has been strong. There will be an estimated

10,000 jobs

BE SKILLED WITH SHORT COURSES We have a huge range of short courses including Statements of Attainment. These are always being developed and updated, and can give you everything from basic foundations to advanced specialised career skills. Explore TAFENSW.EDU.AU or call us on 131 601 for the latest.

opening over the next five years. Source: joboutlook.gov.au

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LOGISTICS AND WAREHOUSING Ensuring the right thing is in the right place at the right time is big business. Logistics is an integral part of Australia’s supply chain and an important driver of economic growth, employing more than 1.2 million people across warehousing, logistics, storage, handling and distribution.

FULL-TIME OPPORTUNITIES Supply and Distribution Managers have a very high proportion of full-time jobs.

In the digital age, this growth industry continues to respond to challenges to increase efficiency, from small business to iconic retailers to large-scale manufacturers and everything in between. Coordinated logistics, supply-chain management and warehousing solutions are integral to any organisation trying to reduce costs and run as efficiently as possible. Get your career moving with a course in Logistics and Warehousing. Roles for TAFE NSW graduates include logistics manager, operations manager, customs broker, warehouse manager and storeperson. This sector includes a wide range of opportunities because it embraces every other sector and organisation you can imagine. You could have a career in the public sector — including customs — or in the private sector in importing and exporting, wholesaling or transportation.

96%

Source: joboutlook.gov.au

WHY CHOOSE TAFE NSW? State-of-the-art facilities. Industry-realistic training facilities include simulated warehouse and logistics sites and industry experienced teachers ensure you will have the confidence and skills to be successful in this exciting industry. Pathways to degrees. Many higher-level courses offer credit transfer so you can fast-track your degree after you finish your course. Some courses can also lead to higher education in international business and management. Fast-track your career. If you are already working in Logistics and Warehousing and want to build on your career, you can apply for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) so you don’t have to study what you already know.

AT A GLANCE STUDY AREAS Logistics and Warehousing

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Strong industry connections. Networks and job placements lead students into full-time work meaning you could get a job before you even graduate.

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LOGISTICS AND WAREHOUSING As a worker in this crucial link industry, you will become an integral part of the storage, transportation and exchange of goods that occurs in just about every organisation. When you gain the latest, industryconnected skills in Logistics and Warehouse from TAFE NSW, a huge range of career opportunities will open up.

“The knowledge I obtained exceeded my expectations. The materials and course content were of high quality, the teachers were supportive, and theory was always applied to real-life situations.”

IS IT RIGHT FOR YOU?

PETER, DIPLOMA OF LOGISTICS

§§ Have excellent communication skills? §§ Enjoy practical work? §§ Have good organisational skills? §§ Great at executing plans? §§ Have a desire to investigate and problem solve?

You may also be able to gain credit to a related degree. Designed and delivered in partnership with the Logistics and Warehousing industry, our courses ensure your career is in the best possible hands.

COURSES WE OFFER INCLUDE: §§ Logistics

§§ Customs Broker

§§ Warehousing Operations

§§ Distribution Centre Manager

§§ Forklift

§§ International Trade Manager

§§ Inventory

§§ Logistics Officer or Manager

§§ Customs Broking

§§ Operations Manager

§§ Purchasing

§§ Purchasing and Supply Officer §§ Storeperson

§§ Like procedures and routines?

§§ Warehouse Administrator

BASIC SKILLS TO TOPNOTCH CAREERS Certificate II in Warehousing Operations (TLI21616)

Certificate III in Warehousing Operations (TLI31616) or Logistics (TLI32416)

Gateway to warehousing careers including Trainee Warehouse Operator

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CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

TAFE NSW Bachelor of Business (HE20514) Certificate IV in Warehousing Operations (TLI41816) or Logistics (TLI42016)

A wide range of careers in warehouse, distribution and logistics, including in service and administration

Warehouse Operator or Logistics Coordinator

Diploma of Logistics (TLI50415)

Take your career to a higher level. This degree allows you to finetune commerce and management skills to your sector.

Logistics Manager

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LOGISTICS AND WAREHOUSING

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QUALIFICATION CODE

Customs Broking

Diploma

TLI50816

Diploma

TLI50415

Certificate IV

TLI42016

Certificate III

TLI32416

Certificate II

TLI21815

Certificate I

TLI11315

International Freight Forwarding (Senior Operator)

Certificate IV

TLI41616

International Trade

Certificate IV

BSB41115

Logistics

WAREHOUSING COURSE Warehousing Operations Forklift Technology

QUALIFICATION CODE Certificate IV

TLI41816

Certificate III

TLI31616

Certificate II

TLI21616

Certificate III

AUR31716

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TOURISM, HOSPITALITY AND EVENTS With the right mix of skills, experience, and a TAFE NSW qualification, you can have an exciting career in this huge growth industry anywhere in the world. From producing fine cuisine to organising the perfect events – to the endless rewards of helping someone have the holiday of a lifetime – unleash your creative, organisational and people skills.

JOB OPPORTUNITIES It’s predicted that in the next four years, there will be more than

TAFE NSW Tourism, Hospitality and Events courses and industry connections will give you the confidence and skills you need to be successful in whatever career you choose. Service industries are always evolving, and a TAFE NSW qualification demonstrates to employers that you are skilled for today’s workplace and the needs of tomorrow.

50,000 job openings for hospitality, retail and service managers .

WHY CHOOSE TAFE NSW?

Source: joboutlook.gov.au

Strong industry connections. Strong relationships and formal partnerships with employers such as Merlin Entertainment, Accor Hotels, Le Cordon Bleu, Qantas and Captain Cook Cruises, as well as with independent and leading retailers and wholesalers. Global opportunities. Use your qualification to travel the world like many of our graduates currently working internationally in exciting careers for leading organisations. There may also be study tour options linked to your course. State-of-the-art facilities. Gain hands-on experience in fully equipped commercial kitchens and licensed training restaurants, barista bars and wine-tasting rooms that are open to the public. Real experience for the real world. Mentoring programs and specialist workshops give you industry insight and knowledge before you finish your course. Opens career doors. Many students move into full-time work through our industry placements or Australian Apprenticeship Pathway.

AT A GLANCE STUDY AREAS

CHOICE OF PROGRAMS

Commercial Cookery

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Event Management

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Food Science, Production and Processing

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Hospitality

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Travel and Tourism

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COMMERCIAL COOKERY TAFE NSW is the largest cookery training provider in NSW and offers nationally recognised qualifications. Courses are delivered in state-of-the-art commercial kitchens, and facilitated by culinary-trained teachers

who are passionate about the industry. From learning how to twist pasta to mastering hospitality operations, you will gain a huge range of culinary skills that will ensure you stand out from the crowd.

“Being a chef is about learning to cook. TAFE taught me how to cook properly. Whether it was frying, baking, poaching, or pastry and butchery, it taught me the basics that I’ll never forget.” M ATT MORAN, CHEF, RESTAURATEUR, TV PRESENTER AND AUTHOR

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

IS IT RIGHT FOR YOU?

COURSES WE OFFER INCLUDE:

§§ Do you enjoy food and cooking?

§§ Commercial Cookery

§§ Chef

§§ Kitchen Operations

§§ Chef de Partie/ Chef de Cuisine

§§ Are you able to work under pressure? §§ Do you have good communication skills? §§ Do you consider yourself organised and patient?

§§ Retail Baking §§ Patisserie §§ Asian Cookery §§ Wine Industry Operations

§§ Do you enjoy being part of a team?

§§ Executive Chef §§ Sous Chef §§ Baker §§ Patisserie Cook §§ Catering Assistant/ Supervisor §§ Caterer §§ Café Manager §§ Cook

BASIC SKILLS TO TOPNOTCH CAREERS Certificate III in Commercial Cookery (SIT30816) or Certificate III in Retail Baking (FDF30710)

Chef, Trade Cook, or Retail Baker

Certificate IV in Commercial Cookery (SIT40516)

TAFE NSW Bachelor of Business (HE20514) Take your career to a higher level. This degree allows you to finetune commerce and management skills to your sector.

Executive Chef, Chef de Partie

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EVENT MANAGEMENT TAFE NSW is the place to launch your career in the dynamic and exciting world of Event Management. You will learn from industry experts how to plan and organise an event from concept through to execution. The events industry is booming and qualified event managers are in demand right across the world.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

IS IT RIGHT FOR YOU?

COURSES WE OFFER INCLUDE:

§§ Do you have excellent organisation skills?

§§ Events

§§ Creative Director

§§ Event Management

§§ Event Manager

§§ Are you a good communicator?

§§ Venue Manager

§§ Do you have good negotiation skills? §§ Do you have great attention to detail? §§ Are you able to keep calm under pressure?

“I am so glad that I chose to go through TAFE to complete this course because of the support that was always available. I gained my very first job 30 minutes after completing my diploma!”

§§ Functions Manager §§ Conference Coordinator §§ Sports Event Coordinator §§ Conference and Events Assistant

K IRSTY, DIPLOMA OF EVENT MANAGEMENT

BASIC SKILLS TO TOPNOTCH CAREERS Certificate III in Events (SIT30516)

Coordinator of meetings, conferences, sporting and cultural events

Diploma of Event Management (SIT50316)

Senior roles in event, conference and exhibitions coordination

TAFE NSW Bachelor of Business (HE20514) Advanced Diploma of Event Management (SIT60216)

Manager of conferences, events, functions, exhibitions and venues

Take your career to a higher level. This degree allows you to finetune commerce and management skills to your sector.

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FOOD SCIENCE, PRODUCTION AND PROCESSING From groceries and confectionary to meat, vegetables, grains and even beer, TAFE NSW courses in Food Science, Production and Processing are your gateway to the behind-the-scenes and large-scale creation

of food and beverage products. Gain fundamental knowledge of food safety as well as valuable technical and creative expertise for a variety of roles in this multibillion dollar industry.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

IS IT RIGHT FOR YOU?

COURSES WE OFFER INCLUDE:

§§ Do you enjoy food and cooking?

§§ Food Processing

§§ Food Processing Technician

§§ Food Science and Technology

§§ Food and Drink Production Supervisor

§§ Butchery

§§ Food Safety Inspector

§§ Meat Processing

§§ Food Analysis Technician

§§ Food Safety

§§ Micro-brewer

§§ Laboratory Technology (Food Testing)

§§ Retail Butcher

§§ Do you like being part of a team? §§ Do you enjoy practical and manual activities? §§ Have you got good handeye coordination? §§ Do you have an eye for detail?

BASIC SKILLS TO TOPNOTCH CAREERS Certificate III in Food Processing (FDF30111)

Certificate IV in Food Science and Technology (FDF40311)

TOURISM, HOSPITALITY AND EVENTS

TAFE NSW Bachelor of Business (HE20514) Diploma of Laboratory Technology (MSL50116)

Advanced Food Food Production Line Food Analysis Technician Processing Operator, Manager, Quality Systems Technician or Salesperson Coordinator, Food Technologist

Take your career to a higher level. This degree allows you to finetune commerce and management skills to your sector.

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$35 billion is generated by tourism and hospitality every year.

HOSPITALITY This fast-paced and vibrant industry – where the goal is to provide superior customer service and experiences – is one of the most diverse and largest employers across the globe. TAFE NSW has a range of courses that will accelerate your career, whether you want to manage a hotel, start your own café, or work in a bar.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

IS IT RIGHT FOR YOU?

COURSES WE OFFER INCLUDE:

§§ Do you work well as part of a team?

§§ Hospitality

Sources: joboutlook.gov.au

§§ Do you enjoy working in a customer focused environment? §§ Are you a perfectionist who loves creating experiences?

§§ Hospitality Management

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§§ Food and Beverage Supervisor §§ Front Office Supervisor

§§ Bar, Service and Food Handling

§§ Hotel Manager

§§ Responsible Service of Alcohol

BASIC SKILLS TO TOPNOTCH CAREERS

Front Office Team Leader, Supervisor of food, beverage or gaming operations

§§ Concierge

§§ Customer Service Management

§§ Responsible Conduct of Gambling

Certificate IV in Hospitality (SIT40416)

§§ Barista

Diploma of Hospitality Management (SIT50416)

Hospitality Manager in function centres, resorts, restaurants and venues

§§ Gaming Manager §§ Restaurant Manager §§ Waiter §§ Sommelier §§ Resort Hospitality Manager

TAFE NSW Bachelor of Business (HE20514) Advanced Diploma of Hospitality Management (SIT60316)

Hotel Manager, and a range of other senior positions in hospitality management

Take your career to a higher level. This degree allows you to finetune commerce and management skills to your sector.

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TOURISM, HOSPITALITY AND EVENTS

TRAVEL AND TOURISM Travel and Tourism is one of the largest industries in the world. Here in NSW the sector is bursting with opportunities for job seekers who want to help people explore the world around them. Our industry-expert teachers will ensure you are ready to jump aboard

the Travel and Tourism industry with hands-on and theoretical knowledge gained in our state-of-the-art facilities using the latest software and practices.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

IS IT RIGHT FOR YOU?

COURSES WE OFFER INCLUDE:

§§ Do you possess good geographical knowledge?

§§ Tourism

§§ Do you love culture and diversity?

§§ Travel and Tourism Management

§§ Do you have excellent organisational skills?

§§ Guiding

§§ Are you adventurous and resourceful?

Travel or Leisure Consultant, Guide or Salesperson, Reservation Agent

§§ Leisure Consultant §§ Sales Manager

§§ Travel

§§ Reservations and Ticketing

§§ Tour Guide, Director or Operations Manager §§ Tourism Manager §§ Travel Consultant §§ Cellar Door Sales and Guide

§§ Outdoor recreation

§§ Housekeeping Supervisor

§§ Holiday Parks and Resorts

§§ Grounds and Maintenance Supervisor

Certificate IV in Travel and Tourism (SIT40116)

Supervisor roles with tour operators and tourist attractions

N ATALIE, CERTIFICATE III IN TRAVEL

§§ Reservation Agent

BASIC SKILLS TO TOPNOTCH CAREERS Certificate III in Travel (SIT30216) or Certificate III in Tourism (SIT30116)

“For me this is not homework. This is not study. This is learning skill set-based attributes and what I can utilise in my industry – what will help me progress and do well in my job.”

TAFE NSW Bachelor of Business (HE20514) Diploma of Travel and Tourism Management (SIT50116)

Leadership and management roles in tour and travel operations including in marketing

Take your career to a higher level. This degree allows you to finetune commerce and management skills to your sector.

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TAFE NSW OFFERS OVER 1,200 COURSES, INCLUDING DEGREES. VISIT TAFENSW.EDU.AU FOR THE FULL PICTURE.

HOSPITALITY

FOOD SCIENCE, PRODUCTION AND PROCESSING

COMMERCIAL COOKERY

COURSE

QUALIFICATION CODE

Hospitality Management

Advanced Diploma

SIT60316

Diploma

SIT50416

Certificate IV

SIT40416

Certificate III

SIT30616

Certificate II

SIT20316

Certificate I

SIT10216

Certificate III

SIT30716

QUALIFICATION CODE

COURSE

QUALIFICATION CODE

Certificate IV

SIT40516

Certificate III

SIT30816

Diploma

MSL50116

Certificate IV

SIT40716

Laboratory Technology (with a focus on Food Testing)

Certificate III

SIT31016

Certificate IV

FDF40110

Asian Cookery

Certificate III

SIT31116

Certificate III

FDF30111

Catering Operations

Certificate III

SIT30916

Certificate II

FDF20111

Retail Baking (Bread)

Certificate III

FDF30610

Food Science and Technology

Certificate IV

FDF40311

FDF30510

Laboratory Techniques

Certificate IV

MSL40116

Laboratory Skills

Certificate III

MSL30116

Meat Processing (Boning Room)

Certificate III

AMP30116

Certificate III

AMP30216

Guiding

Certificate II

AMP20116

COURSE Commercial Cookery Patisserie

Retail Baking (Cake and Pastry)

Certificate III

Retail Baking (Combined)

Certificate III

FDF30710

Kitchen Operations

Certificate II

SIT20416

Retail Baking Assistance

Certificate II

FDF20510

EVENT MANAGEMENT

Food Processing

Meat Processing (Food Services)

COURSE

QUALIFICATION CODE

Meat Processing (Rendering)

Event Management

Advanced Diploma

SIT60216

Meat Processing (Retail Butcher)

Diploma

SIT50316

Certificate III

SIT30516

Events

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Certificate III

AMP30416

Certificate III

AMP30815

Meat Processing (Slaughtering)

Certificate III

AMP30516

Wine Industry Operations (specialising in Cellar Operations)

Certificate III

FDF30411

Wine Industry Operations (specialising in Laboratory)

Certificate III

FDF30411

Meat Processing (Abattoirs)

Certificate II

AMP20316

Hospitality

Hospitality (Restaurant Front of House) TRAVEL AND TOURISM COURSE

QUALIFICATION CODE Advanced Diploma

SIT60116

Diploma

SIT50116

Certificate IV

SIT40216

Certificate III

SIT30316

Travel and Tourism

Certificate IV

SIT40116

Holiday Parks and Resorts

Certificate III

SIT30416

Certificate III

SIT30116

Certificate II

SIT20116

Certificate III

SIT30216

Travel and Tourism Management

Tourism Travel

BE SKILLED WITH SHORT COURSES We have a huge range of short courses including Statements of Attainment. These are always being developed and updated, and can give you everything from basic foundations to advanced specialised career skills. Explore TAFENSW.EDU.AU or call us on 131 601 for the latest.

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PREPARATION FOR WORK AND FURTHER STUDY Preparation is everything when it comes to achieving your goals. TAFE NSW has a range of courses and supportive learning environments that will assist you to transform your career opportunities, or to explore study options in the future.

WIDELY RECOGNISED The vast majority of universities accept the TAFE NSW

Tertiary Preparation Certificate

If your reading, writing and numeracy skills are not as strong as they could be and are holding you back, TAFE NSW can help. Whether you would like to improve your English language ability or seek entry to higher education, our range of courses will help you build confidence and achieve your goals. Through skill-based learning and discipline-specific content you will build on your current knowledge and experience while improving your communication and critical-thinking skills.

(TPC) as an entry qualification.

WHY CHOOSE TAFE NSW?

From basic language, literacy and numeracy to advanced study skills and pathways into higher education, TAFE NSW offers a supportive environment that will help you create a brighter future.

Quality teachers. Our passionate and dedicated teachers use a personalised approach giving you greater access to a quality education, boosting your skills and confidence along the way. Opens career doors. From building language, literacy and numeracy basics to HSC and tertiary preparation courses, TAFE NSW offers a range of programs for all levels. to the HSC to degrees, TAFE NSW offers a range of programs for all levels.

AT A GLANCE STUDY AREAS

Strong industry connections. Links to the Adult Migrant English Program (AMEP) can help migrants and humanitarian visa holders to enrich Australian society.

CHOICE OF PROGRAMS

English Language, Litaracy and Numeracy

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Global opportunities. TAFE NSW offers a range of globally recognised, practical and niche qualifications including Associate and Bachelor Degrees and Graduate Certificates. Study to suit you. Courses are delivered part-time and full-time, with options to study in the classroom, online or a blend of both, and come with support services for people of all ages and abilities. TAFE NSW CAREER GUIDE 2018

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ENGLISH LANGUAGE, LITERACY AND NUMERACY Whether you are just starting out with the English language or you are looking to expand your literacy and numeracy skills for further study or employment, TAFE NSW has a range of courses that will increase your confidence, help you feel more comfortable and get you where you want to be.

IS IT RIGHT FOR YOU?

COURSES WE OFFER INCLUDE:

§§ Are you motivated?

§§ English for Further Study

§§ Would you like to broaden your horizons?

§§ Basic English for Speakers of Other Languages

§§ Do you want to improve your communication skills?

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES §§ Build language skills, knowledge and confidence §§ Develop transferable communication skills

§§ Career Preparation

§§ Increase your employability

§§ Preparation for Work and Training

§§ Be prepared for further study and employment

BASIC SKILLS TO TOPNOTCH CAREERS “I want to thank TAFE teachers for being excellent teachers for me and for everybody. We have a great relationship with our teachers who are very patient, kind and did everything to help us be happy there. TAFE offered us a great opportunity to study and improve our language skills. It is my dream to study at university, and TAFE gave me the profound power, strength and high level education to do that.”

Certificate III in English for Further Study (10592NAT)

A huge range of TAFE NSW courses requiring Year 10 or equivalent, and study in courses requiring IELTS 5.5

N ATIA, CERTIFICATE III IN ADVANCED ENGLISH FOR FURTHER STUDY

Certificate IV English for Academic Purposes (10226NAT)

A pathway to your future through the study of diploma or advanced diploma courses, plus entry into careers that have Year 12 as a requirement

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PREPARATION FOR WORK AND FURTHER STUDY

HSC, FURTHER STUDY AND CAREER PREPARATION Education and training can open a world of opportunities. TAFE NSW can assist you to build bridges to further study so you can reach a new future. So whether your goal is to finish your high school studies, gain entry to the Australian Defence Force, or to study for a degree at TAFE NSW or university, our courses and programs can help you. TAFE NSW courses and related support programs will boost your confidence and be an asset for life.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

IS IT RIGHT FOR YOU?

COURSES WE OFFER INCLUDE:

§§ Do you want to study for a bachelor degree or diploma?

§§ Pathways to Further Study

§§ Further study opportunities

§§ Career Advancement

§§ Pathways to the course and career of your dreams

§§ Skills for Vocational Pathways

§§ Are you ready to improve your confidence? §§ Do you want to ‘learn’ how to learn?

“Before I went to TAFE, I almost gave up on my goal to work in the medical field. I never thought I could achieve the results I needed. I am now studying a double degree in Law and Medicine at the Australian National University.” C OURTNEY, CERTIFICATE IV IN TERTIARY PREPARATION

§§ Australian Defence Force

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QUALIFICATION CODE

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English for Academic Purposes

Certificate IV

English for Academic Purposes

Certificate IV

10226NAT

Enterprise and Career Skills

Certificate IV

10587NAT

Tertiary Preparation

Certificate IV

10224NAT

Advanced English for Further Study

Certificate III

10593NAT

Career Advancement

Certificate III

10585NAT

Pathways to Further Study

Certificate III

10223NAT

Vocational and Study Pathways (IPROWD)

Certificate III

10586NAT

Career Preparation

Certificate II

10584NAT

Further Study Skills

Certificate II

10591NAT

Resources and Infrastructure Work Preparation

Certificate II

RII20115

Skills for Work and Vocational Pathways

Certificate II

FSK20113

Study Skills

Certificate II

10580NAT

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Certificate I

10583NAT

Access to Vocational Pathways

Certificate I

FSK10113

Preparation for Work and Training

Certificate I

10582NAT

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Certificate I

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10226NAT

Spoken and Written English Employment

Certificate IV

10366NAT

Advanced English for Further Study

Certificate III

10593NAT

English for Further Study

Certificate III

10592NAT

Certificate III

10364NAT

Certificate II

10363NAT

Certificate I

10362NAT

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10589NAT

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22237VIC

Spoken and Written English

Routine English for Speakers of Other Languages

Certificate II Certificate II

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Certificate I

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10231NAT

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CAREER INDEX A-Z Use this Career Index to match your dream career to a TAFE NSW course. CAREER

PAGE

A

CAREER

PAGE

B

Accountant

49

Baker and Pastry cook

97

Accounting Clerk

49

Bank Teller

49

Administrator

48

Advertising and Marketing Professional

51

Aged and Disabled Carers

57, 60, 79

Aircraft Maintenance Technician Air-conditioning and Refrigeration Technician, Tradesperson or Professional Allied Health Worker Amusement, Fitness and Sports Centre Manager Animal Carer

37 69 79, 82 83 16

Barber

74

Barista

100

Bar Attendant

100

59

Financial Investment Advisers and Manager

49 63

First Aider

Bookkeeper

49

Bricklayer and Stonemason

42

83, 85

D

Fitter

43, 67

Florist

25

Furniture Maker

43

42

Dam Safety Operator

44

Butcher and Smallgoods Maker

99

Database and Systems Administrator and ICT Security Specialist

86

Dental Assistant

77

C Cabinet Maker

43

Cake Decorator

97

Arborist/Tree Surgeon

15

Catering Supervisor or Manager

Architect

41

Chef

97

Childcare Worker or Coordinator

58

Clerk

49

Clothing Production Technician Commercial Cleaner Community Worker/Carer

97, 100

23 45, 47 11, 59

Computer Systems Engineer or Technician

86

Concreter

42

Conference and Event Organiser Construction Manager

78

Fitness Instructor

14, 17

Builder

43

33

Counsellor

49

49, 53

48

Automotive Mechanic

15

23

Financial Broker

Crop Farmer or Worker

Carpenter and Joiner

33

Council Worker (Parks & Gardens)

Fashion Designer

Credit and Loan Officer

Call or Contact Centre Worker

Automotive Electrician

97

73

Beauty Therapist

70

11, 22, 24

Cook

PAGE

F

Fire Fighter

22

Artist

48

CAREER

42, 46

Appliance Servicing Technician

41, 44

PAGE

Contract Program and Project Administrator

Crane Hoist Lift Operator

Animator

Architectural Building and Surveying Technician

CAREER

G Garden and Nursery Labourer

15

Disabilities Worker

60, 79

Gardener

15

Draftsperson

41, 68

Glazier

42

Drainer Dressmaker Drillers Miners Shotfirer

42, 46 23 18, 44

E Education Support Officer

Graphic Design and Web Design and Illustrator

22, 28, 87

Greenkeeper

15

H 50, 58

Hairdresser

74

67

Health and Welfare Service Manager

59

Electronic Trades Worker

67

Help Desk Operator

Emergency Response Worker

63

Horticulturalist

Electrician

Environmental Scientist Events Coordinator or Manager Executive Assistant

17, 80 98 48, 52

87, 89 15

Hospitality Manager/Worker

100

Hotel Manager

100

Human Resource Professional

50

98 42, 44

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PAGE

CAREER

PAGE

N

I Industrial Engineer

68

Information Technology Manager/ Technician

87, 89

Interior Designer or Decorator

22, 41

Inspector and Regulatory Officer

62

J Joiner

43

Kitchen Manager/Assistant Kitchen Manufacturer

97 30, 43, 46

L Lab Technician

80

Landscaper

15

Legal Administrator

48

Library and Information Officer

91

Livestock Farmer or Farm Worker

14, 17

Local Government Worker

62

M Make-Up Artist

28, 73

Manager Manufacturing Engineer

47 35, 66

Marketing Manager/Researcher

51

Massage Therapist

73

Mechanical Engineer Medical Receptionist/Administrator

35, 39, 68 48, 84

Medical Technician

80

Mental Health Worker

59

Metal Fabricator and Tradesperson

68

Motor Mechanic

33

Motor Vehicle and Vehicle Parts Salesperson

34

Musical Performer

10, 26

Musician or Singer

26

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R

Nail Technician

73

Network Administrator, Engineer or Technician

86

Nursing Support and Personal Care Worker

57, 81

Nursery Assistant

15, 58

0 Office Manager or Administrator

K

CAREER

48

P

CAREER T

Real Estate Sales Agent

45

Receptionist

48

Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Specialist/Technician

69

Restaurant Manager

100

Telecommunications Specialist/ Engineer/Technician Tiler Trade Water Waste Operator

52, 53

Travel Attendant

101

Retail Assistant

52, 53

Travel Agent, Tourism Officer or Manager

101

Sales Assistant

52, 54

Truck Driver

35

S

42

Sales Representative

52, 54

33

Salon Manager

73, 74

Upholsterer

48, 53

Secretary

48

Pathology Tester

80

Shopfitter

42, 43

Patternmaker

23

Small Business Owner/Manager

Personal Trainer Pharmacy Sales Assistant

83 79, 84

Software and Applications Programmer

48 87, 88

Veterinary Nurse

29, 33 16

W Wall and Floor Tiler

42

Warehouse Supervisor

93

93

Water Operator

27 26

Storeperson

Plasterer

42

Plumber

42

Structural Steel and Welding Trade Worker

93 66, 86

44, 71

29

Supply and Distribution Manager

Production or Plant Engineer

35, 71

Systems Administrator/Manager

Programmer

22, 87

Purchasing and Supply Logistics

Vehicle Body Builder, Painter or Detailer

83

Performer

Public Relations Manager

V

83

Photographer

Property Manager

46

Sports Coach Instructor and Official Sportsperson

Printer

17

Retail Manager/Supervisor

Panel Beater

48, 49, 50

42 36

Painting Trades Worker

Payroll Clerk

86, 89

Transport and Logistics Worker

U

Paralegal

PAGE

45

Web Designer/Developer Welder

17 22, 28, 87 66, 71

Welfare Recreation and Community Arts Worker

56, 59

Welfare Support Worker

56

Wood Machinist

43

Y

48, 51

Youth Worker

52, 94

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